About me

I am postdoctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh in the School of GeoSciences. I started my research career exploring the peatlands of Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula while I studied at Michigan Technological University. Now I work primarily with computer models, and I get to look at amazing maps of atmospheric pollutants every day. I received my PhD from Harvard University where I did research in the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group, primarily focused on methane emissions from oil and gas exploitation.

My research areas include atmospheric chemistry, climate policy, and data science. I work with geospatial data and satellite observations to investigate greenhouse gas emission sources including fossil fuel combustion, livestock, oil and gas production, coal mining, and landfills.


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