PhD Candidate | Climate Scientist | Policy Fellow | Science Communicator 

Welcome to my webpage!

I am a 5th year PhD Student in Princeton University's Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences with a fascination with how the stuff we burn impacts the climate system. My current research focuses on the impacts of soot aerosols on precipitation, temperature, and cloud and radiation properties at a global and local scale, as well as the policy implications thereof. My interests range far and wide in the realm of how humans interact with the climate, how the climate interacts with us, what role this should have in societal decision-making, and how to empower people with the understanding necessary to make use of climate information.

Visit my Bio page for the who, the what, and the CV of the matter.

Visit my Publications page for overviews, commentary on, and manuscripts of my peer-reviewed publications.

Visit my Classes page for details on some of the science communication work that I've done.

Visit my Links page for a short compendium of spots on the internet that I find interesting or useful.

And finally, in my Reader page you can see entries from my blog, Let Down Your Hair.