I’m a data scientist and PhD candidate in Geoscience who specializes in using data assimilation techniques to reconstruct past climates. My research focuses on combining natural climate archives, like tree-rings and ice-cores, with general circulation climate models. I also teach data science skills workshops for The Carpentries and the University of Arizona to help promote open, reproducible science.
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MS in Geoscience, 2018
University of Arizona
BA in Chemistry and Applied Mathematics, 2015
Reconstructing the SAM by assimilating drought atlases and PAGES.
Assimilating climate from the Last Glacial Maximum to present.
Probing climate sensitivity to volcanism using data assimilation.
Workshops on data science tools including Python, git, Bash, and more.