paleoclimatology, tropical climate dynamics
I am a NOAA Climate and Global Change postdoctoral researcher, hosted by John Chiang in the Geography Dept. at UC Berkeley and Kim Cobb in the Earth & Atmospheric Sciences Dept. at Georgia Tech. My research focuses on developing paleoclimate proxy records from the tropical Pacific and combining these records with climate models and dynamical theory to investigate past and future climate change. I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Washington, advised by David Battisti and Julian Sachs.
You can find more information on my research page.