I’m a Research Associate in glaciology at the University of Manitoba. I study the dynamics of ice streams and outlet glaciers using numerical models, remote sensing, and field data. My primary interest is understanding how recent changes to large outlet glaciers will propagate upstream; this involves simulating modern changes as well as contextualize current retreat by understanding past ice flow. Starting January, 2024, I will be an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Indiana University.
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PhD in Earth and Space Sciences, 2019
University of Washington
BS in Mathematics and Physics, 2013