Ph.D. University of Manitoba: Read thesis
B.Sc. (Major, with Distinction): University of Manitoba: Environmental Science (Toxicology)
Currently my research is focused on the evolution of brine in sea ice both temporally and spatially in the context of the physical controls on its presence and movement. My Ph.D. research was focused on the measurement and temporal evolution of sea ice volumes at local to regional scales, and the thermodynamic and dynamic processes which create, maintain and change them. I still maintain some of that work in collaboration with students and colleagues in Canada and abroad.
Daneborg Spring 2014
Planar optode methodological development for brine in sea ice
Cold laboratory ice growth microcosm development
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