About Daniel

I am a geoscientist who utilizes novel in situ geophysical and remote sensing tools to study earth surface processes, particularly related to the cryosphere. My research has involved more than 15 expeditions to Antarctica, Greenland, Alaska and Patagonia.

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Ph.D. , CIRES/Geography - U. of Colorado Boulder
Colorado, 2013

B.A., Geology and Environmental Studies - Bowdoin College
Maine, 2006

Awards, Honors, Grants

  • Warner College of Natural Resources Outstanding Publication Award, 2016

Selected Articles

Reanalysis of US Geological Survey Benchmark Glaciers: long-term insight into climate forcing of glacier mass balance

Journal of Glaciology, 1-17, doi:10.1017/jog.2019.66,

Spatially extensive ground-penetrating radar snow depth observations during NASA's 2017 SnowEx Campaign: Comparison with in situ, airborne, and satellite observations.

Water Resources Research, 55, doi:10.1029/2019WR024907,

Interannual snow accumulation variability on glaciers derived from repeat, spatially extensive ground-penetrating radar surveys

The Cryosphere, 12, 3617-3633. doi:10.5194/tc-12-3617-2018,


  • American Geophysical Union
  • International Glaciological Society

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