Office: JHN 324
Interests: paleoclimate, glaciology, ice sheet dynamics
Description of Award
|NSF Graduate Research Fellowhip||March 2017||NSF||three years of graduate funding|
Ice Core Science Community Planning Workshop 2020 (invited talk) AGU Fall Meeting 2019 (talk) SAFS Quantitative Seminar 2019 (talk) AGU Fall Meeting 2018 (talk) Graduate Climate Conference 2018 (talk) AGU Fall Meeting 2017 (talk) Graduate Climate Conference 2017 (talk) NSF Workshop: How stable is the Greenland Ice Sheet? 2017 (talk) Meeting of Northwest Glaciologists 2016 (poster)
Inspiring Girls Expeditions: Steering Committee member (2019-present), application reviewer (2017-present), onsite coordinator (2017) Earth and Space Sciences Awards Committee: Graduate student representative (2020) Polar Science Weekend volunteer (2017, 2019, 2020) Program on Climate Change Graduate Student Steering Committee: Member and Public Engagement Subcommittee Member (2017-19) Graduate Climate Conference: Member of the organizing team (2018) Earth and Space Sciences Research Gala: Member of the organizing team (2018)
To learn about past climate, I combine paleoclimate proxy records and climate models using a data assimilation framework. My current focus is on reconstructing Greenland climate from the last glacial period to the present.