The Glacier Dynamics lab at UIdaho welcomes Tristan Amaral this semester. Tristan will be working on a NASA and NSF-funded project to examine the controls on calving around the Greenland Ice Sheet. He comes to us after graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of New Hampshire, a published paper behind him, and experience working for the Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP). We’re happy to have him in Moscow!
I’m excited to welcome Margot Vore to my glacier dynamics group at UI. Margot will be working to better understand the flow of water through and under glaciers, through the analysis of seismic data. She’ll be analyzing seismic data recorded in 2016 near the terminus of Taku Glacier, outside of Juneau, in Southeast Alaska. Margot comes to UI from CU-Denver, where she completed her Bachelor of Science degree majoring in math, and minoring in environmental science. We’re happy to have her here in Moscow!
This fall, I’ve moved to the University of Idaho to begin work as an Assistant Professor and expand my lab group. I’ve begun working with a graduate student who will work with glaciohydraulic tremor data to better understand changes in subglacial hydrologic processes. Moscow, ID, home to the university, is a great town and I’m looking forward to getting to know the community and landscape while I establish my research here.
Please get in touch if you’re interested in joining my glacier dynamics group as a grad student or postdoc, or otherwise collaborating.