I’m a physical oceanographer excited about making novel observations to better understand high latitude processes.
My CV can be found here.
I’ve recently joined the teaching faculty in the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University. I will be working on the new Masters program in Integrated Ocean Observing. Stay tuned for more info about this!
During postdocs at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (with Fiamma Straneo) and Oregon State University (with Emily Shroyer), I’ve researched the interactions between the North Atlantic ocean and the Greenland ice sheet, and explored the role of turbulence in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea.
My Ph.D. thesis at the University of Washington (with Peter Rhines and Charlie Eriksen) focused on using autonomous vehicles to measure the overflow of dense water from the Nordic Seas into the subpolar North Atlantic.