When Caroline Amelse was at the University of Hawaii, where she completed a bachelor’s degree in social work, she never thought that one day she’d be presenting her research at the largest gathering of geologists in the world. But in San Francisco this December that’s exactly what the 27-year old geology major will be doing. She also never imagined she’d receive the 2016 David E. Lumley Young Scientist Scholarship, presented by the American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest professional organization of earth...
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