I’m an Assistance Research Scientist at the University of Maryland and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC); specializing in polar sea ice variability.
I strive to further our understanding of polar (Arctic and Antarctic) sea ice; the physics governing its behaviour, the drivers of its spatial and temporal variability, and its coupling with the atmosphere and ocean. Recent research interests include:
Remote sensing of sea ice
Shelf sea oceanography
Seasonal sea ice forecasting
Beaufort Gyre ice-ocean coupling
Connections between sea ice and Antarctic Ice Sheet melt variability
Extreme events in the polar regionsI am a strong proponent of open science (e.g. providing code with paper releases, releasing public data products) and strive to make this a continued focus of my research approach.