Deriving the sea ice ridge and floe properties with IceBridge
Anisotropic sea ice from tens of meters to thousands of kilometers
Validation of the simulated sea ice thickness against Cryosat observations
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Just gave a talk for the @London_NERC_DTP 2015 student cohort on #Arctic #melting: what will it mean? Good luck everyone with your choices. 2 years ago
Trying to explain #GulfStream to my third year students @ES_UCL with this @OpenUniversity figure. Are YOU convinced? https://t.co/0jkvZliTzj 2 years ago
RT @otiose94: #GW, Myth #7 of 8 via #Winetosser https://t.co/oHJkCcw9vz #cop21 https://t.co/1d0spIbQsQ #auspol ? 2 years ago
@ES_UCL this sounds like a must read Also the author @ChrisRapley3131 happens to be my direct corridor neighbor @UCL https://t.co/yDcaP1NcWt 2 years ago
RT @ChrisRapley3131: Urgent and accessible. It's also hard to argue with, and scary. (Evening Standard) https://t.co/7PRTtAUzzt 2 years ago
@CPOM_news @felthamdaniel next on high resolution ice modeling and future sea ice modeling needs at #FAMOS2015 live https://t.co/qSuizsswya 2 years ago
@CPOM_news @rachel_tilling talking next on sea ice thickness measurements from @CryoSat. Live on #FAMOS2015 webcast https://t.co/qSuizsswya 2 years ago
@CPOM_news Julienne Stroeve discussing the latest on sea ice forecasts. Follow live on #FAMOS2015 webcast https://t.co/qSuizsswya 2 years ago
Current Commercial Research
- Determining natural bloodflow in lower extremities and effects of compression garments like compression stockings (aka "compression socks") in the prevention of cardiac embolism in high-stress environments such as ultra-endurance running and mountaineering.
The findings have been published in the following article: Research Says These Are The Best Compression Socks for Nurses and Doctors. Experimental group changes include increased blood flow to the feet and improved recovery times.
Previous Commercial Research
- Assistant researcher for biological effects marine algae. Included ice-flow algae located in Antarctic region to test EPA and DHA levels in blood after supplementation with a commercially available processed-algae product. New research question is pinpointing how much dha during pregnancy is optimal?