Megan is a first-year PhD student in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. She holds a master’s degree in Geology from the University of Wyoming and dual bachelor’s degrees in Geology and Environmental Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Megan studies firn processes on the Antarctic and Greenland Ice Sheets and is interested in better understanding the interactions between the atmosphere and the surface of ice sheets.
Curriculum vitae (updated 9 April 2021)
University of Colorado Boulder, in progress
Advisor: Dr. Jan Lenaerts
University of Wyoming, 2020
Advisor: Dr. Neil Humphrey
University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2017
Advisor: Dr. Isla Castañeda
Check out this page about icebergs that Megan wrote for AntarcticGlaciers.org.
Megan was recently interviewed about icebergs for the article, “How Does an Iceberg Really Float?”, on GlacierHub. Read the article here.
Megan was interviewed about icebergs on ABC Radio Melbourne’s Breakfast with Sammy J.