Julia Andreasen

Degree
Ph.D.
Advisor
Education
  • BS, The Ohio State University, 2018
  • MRes, University of Leeds, 2019

Biography

My current research uses a combination of remotely-sensed radargrams, ground-based observations (ice cores), and climate reanalysis data to gain a better understanding of mass balance and climate along the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) coastline. This study will provide crucial information on the ice-ocean-atmosphere interactions of Antarctica's most dynamic regions.

Additionally, I am continuing collaborations with the University of Leeds to analyze Antarctic ice shelves and their calving front movement.

Awards 

Areas of Interest

Ice core paleoclimatology, Glaciology, West Antarctic climate, Ice shelf calving fronts, Remote sensing