Lamont Assistant Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Columbia University, NY, USA
My research interests are very broad- ranging from Glaciology to Atmospheric Physics.
I study ice surface and basal processes and ice-atmosphere interactions on ice sheets and mountain glaciers.
I have worked on Antarctica, Greenland, Alaska and the Himalayan glaciers. I use a combination of airborne, satellite remote sensing and modeling.
My current passion is to use radar observations as boundary conditions in large ice sheet models to quantify long-term accumulation history and flow dynamics.
I am currently PI on several NASA and NSF grants.