Phone: (406) 243-5867
Office: CHCB 317
My research is focused on the interactions and feedbacks between the cryosphere and the climate system. This work is motivated by societal need to understand the climate system, project sea level rise, and manage water resources. I employ methods of computer modeling, data analysis, and field instrumentation. My field research is conducted on the Greenland Ice Sheet, small glaciers in Alaska and Montana, and seasonal snow in Montana. My research is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, NASA, and the Swedish Nuclear Waste Management Company.
GEOS 108: Climate Change, Past and Future
GEOS 488: Snow Ice and Climate
GEOS 595: Fundamentals of Academic Research
GEOS 548: Advanced Topics in the Cryosphere
Field of Study