About me

I am a physics post-baccalaureate researcher studying various climate topics. In my climate endeavors, I have used an idealized aquaplanet model to study daily near-surface temperature variability and skewness at mid-latitudes. I’ve also created a two-layer simulation of the ACC to research both AABW export and eddy saturation via standing waves. Most recently, I derived simplified radiative transfer equations in the stratosphere to study the warming effect of halocarbons and other optically thin compounds on our planet. I am looking to begin graduate studies in atmospheric and oceanic sciences in the Fall of 2022. My favorite part about climate science is the real-world impact that comes with understanding our current state, how we got to it, and predicting the changes to come.

“Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game” -Babe Ruth