I am a postdoctoral associate in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS) program at Princeton University and the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL). My research interests include radiative impacts of light-absorbing particles in snow, and cryosphere-climate interaction.I received a master in engineering degree from Imperial College London in 2009 and completed my Ph.D in earth science from Royal Holloway University of London and British Antarctic Survey in 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Markus Frey and Dr. Martin King working on nitrogen chemistry in snow.
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- 🌎Earth Day is just days away! If you're looking for ways to celebrate and learn a little more about our home planet, @NASAEarth has you covered - including a look at what it's like to work extremely remotely in Antarctica🇦🇶 #NASAatHome #EarthDayAtHome t.co/sqfhLlXczQ
- Here’s the famous police boat cheering #Greenwich up this morning with “Always look on the bright side of life” - THANK YOU!!! t.co/vsV9WETsvN
- IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim thanks environment NGOs for their open letter on climate change. “I share your concerns, I agree working together is vital and appreciate your support. We must accelerate our efforts. We have no time to waste and we cannot afford to fail.” t.co/Md2kthwxR4
- 2019 was marked by some major achievements for #WomenInMaritime as illustrated here in our new infographic. Let's keep the momentum going and make 2020 another year of milestones for gender equality. #SDG5 t.co/hRwgl31UIy