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Courses Taught

Quarter/Year
Dept
Course #
Credits
Enrollment
% Responsible
G
Sp 2012ESS504310100n/a
Aut 2012On leave43133515Waddington
Win 2013ESS504313100n/a
Sp 2013ESS43534100n/a
Aut 2013On leave
Win 2014ESS504311100n/a
Spr 2014ESS301528100n/a
Aut 2014ESS43133515Waddington
Win 2015Bought out teaching
Spr 2015ESS326512100n/a
Spr 2015ESS504311100n/a
Aut 2015Sabattical43133520Waddington
Aut 2015Sabattical800101100n/a
Win 2016ESS326526100n/a
Win 2016ESS800102100n/a
Spr 2016ESS50438100n/a
Aut 2016ESS326520100n/a
Win 2017Bought out teaching
Spr 2017ESS50438100n/a

UW Class Seminars and Lectures

Date(s)
Dept/Other
Course #
Location
Type of Instruction / Title of Talk
6/3/2013ESS427/5271.5 hr lecture: Glacial dimension of our soils and sediments
Fall each yearESS431Each year gave 3 (and 4 in the last 2 years) 1.5-hr lectures on glacial erosion and permafrost

Awards and Honors

Award Name
Date Bestowed
Awarding Body
Brief Description
Fellow2007American Geophysical Union

Professional Talks and Presentations

Date(s)
Organization
Event
Invited/Contributed
Type
Title
March 21, 2013Lunar & Planetary Institute44th Lunar & Planetary Science Conf. The Woodlands, TXCtalkFracture Networks, Gale Crater, Mars
December 2012American Geophysical UnionAnnual Meeting, CaliforniaI.talkModeling temperature and stress in rocks exposed to the sun
November 2012Geol. Soc. AmericaAnnual Meeting, North CarolinaI.talkARE THERMAL STRESSES IN ROCKS EXPOSED TO THE SUN SUFFICIENT TO BREAK THEM? YES
October 17, 2012JPL, Pasadena, CA.Invited lecture.ILectureCracks, cracks, and more cracks : What can we learn from cracks around Glenelg [Mars]?
October 4, 2012Caltech, Pasadena, CADepartmental SeminarILectureErosion in the Himalaya: Self-organized balance between uplift & erosion
September 27, 2012UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.Departmental SeminarIlectureErosion in the Himalaya: How topography signals active crustal processes
May 13-16, 20142nd Int'l Conf on Cryosphere of the Hindu Kush Himalayas, Kathmandu, NepalILecturePermafrost research in the Himalaya
October 22-25th, 2014Mountain Permafrost Workshop, Brew Creek Centre, Whistler, BC, CanadaILectureInsights into ice-debris landforms from InSAR and other data
Dec 15, 2015Am Geophys UnionAnnual meeting, CaCPosterSub-meter desiccation crack patterns imaged by Curiosity at Gale Crater on Mars shed additional light on former lakes evident from examined outcrops
Aug & Sept 201635th International Geological Congress, Cape Town, South AfricaCPresentationProcesses producing rock fragments in a hyper-arid, frigid and windy environment, the interior of Gale Crater, Mars
Dec 2016Am Geophysical UnionAnnual meeting, CaCPresentationRates of Eolian Rock Abrasion in the Ice-Free Valleys, Antarctica.
January 2017UCSC, Santa Cruz, CaDepartmental SeminarILecture
June 2017Progressive rock failure conference, Monte Verità, SwitzerlandILectureIce-related progressive crack growth in rocks

Public and Community Service

Date(s)
Organization/Event
Type of Service
2006 to presentMSL (Mars Science Laboratory); the rover, Curiosity, landed in August 2012.Member of Science Team
1-2012 to presentSurface Materials and Mobility Working Group, Mars Science LaboratoryCo-Chair
May 2013-16Restoration Point, Bainbridge IslandLed "field work" with nearly 200 primary and middle school to active tectonic sites in our area
April 2015Bainbridge Island Library Science SeriesLectured to 130 islanders about "Bainbridge Island and Puget Sound 15,000 Years Ago: Clues from Modern Day Coastal Alaska."
2015 to presentGroup of geo-professionals on Bainbridge Island; it meets monthly mostly to discuss regional geology (Kitsap County, Puget Lowland) and organizes field trips.Active member and participant
2014 to presentMovie on local geology primarily for use in secondary schoolsProviding advice and oversight to producers, C. Snow and G. Geehan
March 2017Island School (Ring-of-Fire Event)Lectured to about 80 primary school students about plate tectonics and seismic hazards
May 2017Island School students to Restoration Point, Bainbridge IslandWill lead a group of about 40 5th graders & escorts

Recent Publications and Manuscripts in the Press

Note: All article were peer reviewed except for 2014 entry preceded by **

Headley, R. M., Roe, G. and Hallet, B. 2012. Glacier longitudinal profiles in regions of active uplift. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 317–318, 354–362. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.11.010

Headley, R. M., Roe, G., & Hallet, B. Glacier longitudinal profiles in regions of active uplift. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 317, 354-362.

Headley, R.M., Hallet, B., Roe, G., and Waddington, E., 2012. Spatial pattern of glacial erosion rates in the St. Elias range, Alaska, inferred from a realistic model of glacier dynamics. J. Geophys. Res., 117, F03027, doi:10.1029/2011JF002291

Carmichael, J. D., Pettit, E. C., Hoffman, M., Fountain, A., & Hallet, B. 2012. Seismic multiplet response triggered by melt at Blood Falls, Taylor Glacier, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface , 117(F3).


Headley, R. M., Enkelmann, E., & Hallet, B. 2013. Examination of the interplay between glacial processes and exhumation in the Saint Elias Mountains, Alaska. Geosphere, 9(2), 229-241.

Hallet, B. Stone circles: form and soil kinematics. 2013. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 371(2004), 20120357.

Boldt, K. V., Nittrouer, C. A., Hallet, B., Koppes, M. N., Forrest, B. K., Wellner, J. S., & Anderson, J. B. 2013. Modern rates of glacial sediment accumulation along a 15° S‐N transect in fjords from the Antarctic Peninsula to southern Chile. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 118(4), 2072-2088.

Koons P.O., Zeitler P.K., and Hallet B. 2013. Tectonic Aneurysms and Mountain Building. In: John F. Shroder (ed.) Treatise on Geomorphology, Volume 5, pp. 318-349. San Diego: Academic Press.

Williams, R. M., Grotzinger, J. P., Dietrich, W. E., Gupta, S., Sumner, D. Y., Wiens, R. C., ... & Charpentier, A. 2013. Martian fluvial conglomerates at Gale crater. Science, 340(6136), 1068-1072.


Martínez, G. M., Rennó, N., Fischer, E., Borlina, C. S., Hallet, B., Torre Juárez, M., ... & Haberle, R. M. (2014). Surface energy budget and thermal inertia at Gale Crater: Calculations from ground‐based measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 119(8), 1822-1838.

Donnellan, A., Bills, B., Green, J. J., Goullioud, R., Jones, S., Knight, R., ... & Ekholm, J. (author list includes B. Hallet). Studying mountain glacier processes using a staring instrument. In Aerospace Conference, 2014 IEEE (pp. 1-17). IEEE. (2014, March).

Grotzinger, J. P., Sumner, D. Y., Kah, L. C., Stack, K., Gupta, S., Edgar, L., Hallet, B... & Kocurek, G. 2014. A habitable fluvio-lacustrine environment at Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars. Science, 343(6169), 1242777.

Bridges, N. T., Calef, F. J., Hallet, B., Herkenhoff, K. E., Lanza, N. L., Le Mouélic, S., ... & Yingst, R. A. 2014. The rock abrasion record at Gale crater: Mars Science Laboratory results from Bradbury landing to Rocknest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 119(6), 1374-1389.

Vaniman, D. T., Bish, D. L., Ming, D. W., Bristow, T. F., Morris, R. V., Blake, D. F., ... & Baroukh, J. 2014. Mineralogy of a mudstone at Yellowknife Bay, Gale crater, Mars. Science, 343(6169), 1243480.

Martínez, G. M., Rennó, N., Fischer, E., Borlina, C. S., Hallet, B., Torre Juárez, M., ... & Haberle, R. M. 2014. Surface energy budget and thermal inertia at Gale Crater: Calculations from ground‐based measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 119(8), 1822-1838.

Donnellan, A., Bills, B., Green, J. J., Goullioud, R., Jones, S., Knight, R., ... Hallet, B....& Ekholm, J. 2014. Studying mountain glacier processes using a staring instrument. In Aerospace Conference, 2014 IEEE (pp. 1-17). IEEE.

Zeitler, P. K. Koons, P. O., Hallet, B. and Meltzer, A. 2015. Comment on “Tectonic control of Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge Revealed by a Buried Canyon in Southern Tibet”, Ms No. aaa9380

**Donnellan, A., Hallet, B., & Leprince, S. Gazing at the Solar System: Capturing the Evolution of Dunes, Faults, Volcanoes, and Ice from Space. KISS report 2014. Caltech.

Koppes, M., Hallet, B., Rignot, E., Mouginot, J., Wellner, J. S., & Boldt, K. 2015. Observed latitudinal variations in erosion as a function of glacier dynamics. Nature, 526(7571), 100-103.

Liu, L., Sletten, R. S., Hagedorn, B., Hallet, B., McKay, C. P., & Stone, J. O. 2015. An enhanced model of the contemporary and long‐term (200 ka) sublimation of the massive subsurface ice in Beacon Valley, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 120(8), 1596-1610.

Enkelmann, E., Koons, P. O., Pavlis, T. L., Hallet, B., Barker, A., Elliott, J., ... & Ridgway, K. D. 2015. Cooperation among tectonic and surface processes in the St. Elias Range, Earth's highest coastal mountains. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(14), 5838-5846.

Zeitler, P. K. Koons, P. O., Hallet, B. and Meltzer, A. 2015. Comment on “Tectonic control of Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge Revealed by a Buried Canyon in Southern Tibet”, Science, 349 (6250), pp. 799, doi:10.1126/science.aaa9380

Fernandez, R. A., J. B. Anderson, J. S. Wellner, R. L. Minzoni and B. Hallet, 2016. Latitudinal variation of accumulation and erosion rates from Patagonia and Antarctic Peninsula tidewater glaciers (46°-65° S). Geological Society of America Bulletin published online on 8 January 2016 as doi:10.1130/B31321.1

Eppes, M. C., Magi, B., Hallet, B., Delmelle, E., Mackenzie-Helnwein, P., Warren, K., & Swami, S. 2016. Deciphering the role of solar-induced thermal stresses in rock weathering. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 128(9-10), 1315-1338.

Boldt Love, K. V., Hallet, B., Pratt, T. L., & O’Neel, S. 2016. Observations and modeling of fjord sedimentation during the 30-year retreat of Columbia Glacier, AK. J. Glaciology, 62(234), 778-93

Oehler, D. Z., Mangold, N., Hallet, B., Fairén A.G., Le Deit, L., Williams, A.J., Sletten, R.S, and Martínez-Frías, J. 2016. Origin and significance of decameter-scale polygons in the lower Peace Vallis fan of Gale crater, Mars. Icarus 277 (2016): 56-72





Current Research Interests

Glacial, Periglacial and Arid lands Geomorphology, Glaciology & impact of climate change on glaciers
Mars geomorphology and habitability

Current C.V. URL

www.ess.washington.edu/ess/people/cv/Hallet_Bernard_CV.pdf