- Off campus
Ph.D. Student, EAS + Geography
Advisor: Yanites, EAS. Maxwell, Geography. Dual major Ph.D. in EAS and Geography
Research project: My research is primarily focused on reconstructing prehistoric hurricanes and long-term hurricane-climate interactions using sediment, tree rings, and isotopes.
- Multidisciplinary Science Building II 449A
Research project: My research centers on developing stable isotope methods for the purpose of paleo environment reconstruction.
- IGWS 3011A Desk 15
Advisor: K. Johnson
- Off campus
- IGWS 1020D Desk 29
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IGWS advisor: Schimmelmann
Research Project: My research project aims to concisely define the correlations between the material properties of the mined seam and the stratigraphic risk factors for dynamic failure. Dynamic failure is the name used to refer to a dangerous type of ground failure occurring in underground mines that results in mine worker injury.
- Multidisciplinary Science Building II 443A
- IGWS 2016 Desk 3
Research project: My research is aimed at providing a different perspective on the issue of the limited predictability of tropical cyclone intensity and help guide future research in the operational meteorology domain.
- IGWS 2016 Desk 4
Research project: My dissertation focuses on how and why three regional aspects of the climate system, namely jetstreams, clouds, and storm tracks, contribute to uncertainty around future change, as well as what the role of atmospheric waves is in shaping the response of these aspects.
- IGWS 3011 Desk 23