Office: ATG 208 B
Interests: glaciology, remote sensing, science communication
Description of Award
|Graduate Research Fellowship||4/2014||National Science Foundation||Three years of funding for stipend and tuition.|
Black, T., J. Dufek, and M. Benage. The effects of pulsating flow on eruption column dynamics. Abstract V44B-06 presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14 – 18 Dec. 2015. [Talk]
I currently coordinate the weekly glaciology group lunch and serve on the graduate lounge maintenance group. I am developing a neighborhood and housing resource for graduate students and student recruitment. Recently, I helped plan the ESS Prospective Student 2017 Open House and the Northwest Glaciologists 2016 meeting. I also participate in scientific communication and public engagement in the Seattle area, including at Polar Science Weekend (at the Pacific Science Center) and Rockin' Out events.
glaciology; climate change; geospatial analysis; data visualization