Kathleen Compton
 
PhD Candidate | NSF Graduate Research Fellow | P.E.O. Scholar
Department of Geosciences | University of Arizona
Gould-Simpson Building | 1040 E. 4th Street Tucson, AZ 85721
 
email: kcompton@email.arizona.edu
 
Education:
 
2011-
PhD Geosciences, concentration in Geophysics
University of Arizona
Advisor: Richard Bennett, PhD
 
2004-2008
BA Magna Cum Laude Geology with Honors in Major Study
Department of Geology, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
Advisor: Kevin Pogue, PhD
 
San Antonio de los Cobres, NW Argentina

 

 

Publications:

Compton, K.R. A. Bennett, and S. Hreinsdóttir (2015), Climate-driven vertical acceleration of Icelandic crust measured by continuous GPS geodesyGeophysical Research Letters42, doi:10.1002/2014GL062446

Velocity and acceleration measurements from 62 CGPS stations in Iceland and the location of major ice caps. (a) Velocity as of 2014.5. (b) Timeā€averaged acceleration. The color bars indicate magnitude, while the size of the symbol is inversely proportional to the certainty of the measurement. V = Vatnajökull, H = Hofsjökull, L = Langjökull, ME = Mýrdalsjökull and Eyjafjallajökull, and D = Drangajökull