The following individuals received Research Grants in 2010:
Adam Clark: Northwest Montana summer glacial run-off study.
Alexandra Urza: Investigating the implications of climate change for the timing and composition of post-disturbance plant reestablishment in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Ann Piersall: Field-based assessment of glaciation and local perspectives in the At-Bashy Range, Kyrgyzstan.
Edward Cheng: 8,000 meter peak effects on humans.
Jeffrey Hallo: Visitors’ and mountain guides’ perceptions of biophysical change at Mount Rainier National Park.
Jessica Lundin: Updated Mass Balance Measurements of Blue Glacier, Mount Olympus, Washington.
Justin Stroup: Building a Climate Connection: Quelccaya Ice Cap, the Peruvian Andes—A Link Between Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
Kevin McManigal: Investigation of Glacial Retreat and Impacts on Water Security in the Royal Kingdom of Bhutan.
Matthew Sanborn: Implications for Understanding High-Altitude Cerebral Edema.
Nathan Furman: The Role of Environmental Conditions on Decisions to Ski in Avalanche Terrain.
Nick Kanaan: Prevention of Altitude Illness with Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatories Study.
Noah Reid: Integrating phylogeography and macroecology in the study of alpine insect communities.
Pete Clark: New River Gorge climber impact study.
Zach Guy: The influence of terrain parameters on spatial patterns of snow in steep couloirs.
Teresa Chuang: Photography in the Sierra Nevada: Documenting Climate Change.