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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- An anomalously early melt season in Greenland reveals itself with the first splashes of bright blue t.co/jQT9oYqydY
- Visualisation of upcoming #foehn event over the southern foothills of the #alps. Note the distinct wind shear zone at ~ 5-6 km altitude (northerly vs. southerly flow). Also, foehn winds reach out unusually far into the Po valley (#Milano area). t.co/H4UNttcD8S
- European residents may notice stunning sunsets & dirty cars this week, as plumes of dust from the Sahara are blown north. What are the wider impacts of this dust & how can the @CopernicusEU #Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) help? Find out ... ➡️t.co/T9ZaLslTvE t.co/K1H6pkKXpt
- BAS researchers studying high-res satellite imagery found Emperor #penguins at Halley Bay colony have failed to raise chicks for last three years. Sobering news on #WorldPenguinDay Find out more: t.co/LRhocMDpca photo: Christopher Walton t.co/oppsjEbCbm
- How will global warming affect Antarctica? One way to find out is to drill through the Filchner Ice Shelf, which is 800m thick. Watch our video to see how these scientists did it, and what they found... @BAS_News @NERCscience #climatechange #CleanGrowth t.co/u4idRfQF3v