Ph.D., Atmospheric Physics, University of Toronto
M.Sc., Condensed Matter Physics, University of Toronto
B.Sc. (4 – year), Physics and Mathematics, University of Winnipeg
Research interests and experience include sea ice and atmospheric dynamics in the context of climate change in the Arctic, and specifically the development of diagnostics to explore ocean-sea ice-atmosphere interactions. Also of interest are science-policy interactions in the context of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies. While at CEOS, I have contributed through research and student supervision to ArcticNet, IPY-CFL, and NEXTAW initiatives. Currently I am contributing to BaySys as co-lead for Team 6, which is dedicated to understanding the relative impacts of climate change and regulation on freshwater-marine coupling in Hudson Bay from a modeling perspective, through research focused on sea ice dynamics and diagnostic development as part of an integrated observational-modeling framework.
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