I’m an Assistance Research Scientist at the University of Maryland and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) - specializing in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice variability.
I am principally interested in polar sea ice; the physics governing its mean state, the factors contributing to its spatial and temporal variability, and its coupling with the atmosphere and ocean. Recent research interests include:
- Sea ice remote sensing
- Idealized and high-resolution sea ice modelling
- Sea ice prediction
- Impacts of extreme events in the polar regionsI am a strong proponent of open source data and software and strive to make my data and code publically available.