Graduate Student | Earth and Space Sciences
I am a graduate student in the Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, where I work with Eric Steig within the glaciology and climate research groups. I use diverse sets of geochemical data, geophysical data, and computational modeling results to investigate environmental processes. My graduate research focuses on long-term, climate-driven changes to polar ice sheets. I have developed a new ice core measurement method for stable water isotopes, which provide a record of past atmospheric conditions over (and en route to) polar ice sheets. I am currently using isotope-enabled atmospheric simulations to contextualize ice core measurements and ice-penetrating radar data. I am grateful to have been awarded the 2020 PCC/CICOES interdisciplinary fellowship.