Since 2003, my family and I have spent several months per year on
McCall Glacier studying glacier-climate interactions or on the tundra
and rivers below studying the impacts of shrinking glaciers on downstream
ecosystems. We also spend quite a bit of time flying over the landscape,
making photogrammetric and laser measurements, extrapolating our
ground measurements to the broader Arctic landscape, and laying
down baseline transects to assess future change. While I've been
fortunate to work on a wide variety of other projects in the past,
this work will remain our focus for the foreseeable future.
My website has largely not been updated since 2008, except for
the photography section
where you will find lots of photos and blogs of our field experiences.