Using Satellite Observations to Improve Our Understanding of Future Regional Sea-Level Change and its Impacts

Ice sheet and climate scientist with a specific interest in polar climate, snow-atmosphere and ice-ocean interactions on meso- to global scale. His main tools are climate models, evaluated with remote sensing and in-situ climate observations. As part of the NASA Sea Level Team, we will analyze the ability of Earth System Models to represent ice sheet mass balance using in-situ observations, atmospheric reanalyses, and GRACE and IceSat-2 observations.

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