Assistant Research Professor
Northern Arizona University
The study of long-timescale climate variability is fascinating. The modern instrumental record spans less than two centuries, so climate models and proxy records (such as tree rings, corals, and ice cores) are insightful tools for exploring the more distant past. My research uses a combination of model simulations and proxy records to these investigate fascinating time periods.
In addition to research and teaching, I also engage in a variety of scientific outreach. Please explore this website and feel free to contact me.