About me

I’m a research specialist on the calibration and validation team for NASA’s Surface Water and Ocean Topography satellite mission. As part of the validation efforts, I have surveyed rivers and lakes from New Zealand to Alaska. Prior to working on SWOT, I earned a B.A. from Middlebury College, using InSAR and optical remote sensing data to quantify rock glacier kinematics in Utah. I’m invigorated by spending time outdoors; allotting summers to sampling water quality parameters for UW-Madison’s Center for Limnology and collecting glaciological data while learning how to tele ski with the Juneau Icefield Research Program. Outside of work, I enjoy looking at maps to plan adventures, mountain biking, and card games.

Research Projects

Surface Water and Ocean Topography satellite

Look at the Waimak! Woah!

Juneau Icefield Research Program

Some cool crevasses.

Rock glacier kinematics in the La Sal Mountains, UT

There's ice in there!

A big boat

Yes, I worked for WHOI.

Lichen colonization on rockfall

Is lichenometry a viable science?

Trout Lake!

Baby Camryn circa 2017.