The following individuals received Research Grants in 2001:
Mark Allen: Tectonic significance of the Magic Mountain Gneiss, North Cascades, Washington.
Thomas Besom: Archeological expedition to Aconcagua.
Keith Daellenbach: Juneau Icefield Traverse Expedition—Glacier Photography.
Jeff Deems: Topographic controls on spatial and temporal variations in snow temperature profiles in a Montana snowpack.
Philip Evans: Chemical characterization of two related mountain plant species, Ligusticum porteri and Conioselinum scopulorum.
Eleanor Haresign: Calving dynamics at Glaciar Leónes, Chilean Patagonia.
Derrick Lampkin: An improved optical instrument for the determination of snow accumulation in alpine environments.
Clint Rogers: Social and economic change among the Nyishangte of the Manang Region of Nepal.
Lizzy Scully: Culture and lifestyles of women in Baltistan.
Nicholas Seneca: Effects of high altitude exposure on gene expression.
John Van Hoegen: Paleoclimate and Late Quaternary Glacial Chronology of Great Basin National Park, East-Central Nevada.
Emmanual Voyiaziakis: Microbial analysis of the surface waters of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Michael White: Family satisfaction among high-risk outdoor recreationists: a case of climbers.