Taylor D. Sullivan

PhD Student - University of Wyoming

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Hello! Thank you for your interest. My name is Taylor Sullivan, and I am a PhD Student at the University of Wyoming curious about permafrost dynamics in Alaska and Northern Canada. Before spending four seasons with the National Park Service at Wind Cave National Park and Zion National Park, I earned my B.S. in Engineering Physics and my M.S. in Physics from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio while studying renewable energy sources and fluid dynamics. In this most-recent endeavor, my curiosity has driven me to the Alaskan tundra and Laramie, WY. It’s colder in WY, in case you didn’t know.

Contact Information

email: tsulli12@uwyo.edu

phone: (937) 776-6026

Dept of Geology and Geophysics Dept. 3006

Ground Penetrating Radar photo
aerial view of Alaska's North Slope
Taylor in front of a research helicopter
electromagnetic induction instrument on North Slope
Active Layer Probing of North Slope