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Andy Gleason

Lecturer of Geosciences

Area of Expertise: Snow hydrology and avalanches
Phone: 970-247-6765
Email: gleason_j@fortlewis.edu

Mr. Gleason specializes in geologic hazard evaluation and mitigation. His scope covers landslides, rockfalls, debris flows and snow avalanches. Formerly, he forecasted avalanches with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) and worked as a geologist with the Colorado Geologic Survey. Andy is currently conducting research on snow hydrology for NASA’s Snow Ex project. He also volunteers with the Village Aid Project and helps build water systems and schools in developing countries.

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