Dr. Tiampo’s research focuses on understanding the processes that govern natural and anthropogenic hazards. These studies incorporate large quantities of remote sensing data. Her team investigates the implications and consequences of hazards such as earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, groundwater extraction, and induced seismicity on infrastructure and society.
Tasha’s research interests include high latitude ocean, cryosphere, and climate change. Her PhD research focuses on satellite remote sensing of ice sheets and ice sheet-ocean interactions. Tasha is a veteran of the US Navy.
- Sheena Skinner (RECCS cohort 2017)
Dr. Sheridan’s primary responsibility is to oversee the operation and data flow of the NOAA ESRL Global Federated Aerosol Network. The goals of this surface aerosol monitoring program are to characterize means, variability, and trends of climate-forcing properties of different types of aerosols, and to understand the factors that control these properties.
- Alex McPherson (RECCS cohort 2017)
Richard works with the NOAA GEOMAG team on an update to the EMAG2 global magnetic anomaly compilation. The goal is to improve the resolution and reliability of the compilation to improve its applicability to geologic and tectonic interpretation.
Manoj is part of the NOAA GEOMAG team. His research interests include electromagnetic induction in Earth and oceans by external magnetic sources, electric and magnetic signals generated by the motion of sea water, equatorial ionospheric currents and fields, crowdsourcing Earth's magnetic data and analysis of ground and satellite magnetic data.
Juliana is part of the NOAA Atmosphere-Ocean Process Team. Her research interests include tropical variability and climate dynamics, simple models and observations of tropical waves, clouds and convection, and geophysical fluid dynamics.
- James Butts (RECCS cohort 2018)
- Jason Swain (RECCS cohort 2017)
Kyren is originally from Chicago IL. She has a bachelor's degree in physics from the University of Montana. Here in Boulder, Kyren studies how plate tectonics shape the landscapes in the western US. She loves doing research and learning new things, but her true passion is teaching and sharing science with other people. Kyren also love dogs, skiing, and food.
- Rebecca Holmes (RECCS cohort 2017)