I am a planetary scientist who has studied the evolution and fate of ice on Mars and Antarctica for more than a decade. I utilize novel techniques of planetary image processing/analysis, develop GIS-based planetary data integration and visualization tools, and conduct annual field work in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica.
|2002 - Present||Brown University: Science Data Analyst/Lab Manager|
|Field Work: 7 austral summers in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica (19 cumulative months)|
|Research:||Evolution and fate of ice on Amazonian Mars.|
|Time-lapse photography and climate monitoring in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
|Development of active stereo visualization methods for planetary imaging data sets.|
|Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques for planetary spatial analysis, including quantiative integration of Global Climate Models (GCMs) and geospatial datasets.|
|2004 - 2005||Roger Williams University: Digital Resources Specialist|
|2014||M.S. (Geographic Information Science & Technology)
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
|Thesis: GIS-Based Quantitative Integration of Global Climate Model Simulations and Geodatabases of Gullies on Mars|
|2002||B.A., Hampshire College, Amherst, MA|