Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Department of Physical Oceanography
MS #21, 266 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543
My research spans the path of a drop of water from when it melts on the surface (or at the base) of the ice sheet, flows through and under the ice sheet, and is exhausted into a Greenland fjord or under an Antarctic ice shelf. The water is then one half of the ice/ocean boundary, and this freshwater flux is increasing in the warming climate. Further downstream, the meltwater modifies fjord properties and coastal seas, changing oceanic and ice conditions. For more information and specific projects, read my research page, my publication list, or my full CV.