I am an (Antarctic) atmospheric physicist.
I currently work on the atmospheric processes that contribute to melting and surface mass balance changes on the Larsen C ice shelf, on the Antarctic Peninsula. I have worked in both Antarctica and the Arctic, and care deeply about the polar regions.
My background is as an environmental scientist with an interest in international development. More recently I have focused on physical, process-based sciences like meteorology, but I am also interested in how climate science can be used in developing countries to promote equity and mitigate or adapt to climate change.