|Sarah B. Das|
Associate Scientist w/ Tenure
Geology & Geophysics
Work: 508 289 2464
My research interests are in glaciology and paleoclimatology, and the role of the cryosphere in the Earth System. Research topics include: the reconstruction of past climate from ice-cores; understanding and measuring polar ice sheet mass balance and ice dynamics; exploring the interaction between the coupled cryosphere-atmosphere-ocean systems; and investigating biogeochemical processes in polar environments.
For ~ up to date publications see my Google Scholar Profile here
You can also follow me on twitter @sarahbdas
Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, 2003, Geosciences
A.B. Cornell University, 1995, Geological Sciences
To Dr. Luke Trusel who started his new position as an Assistant Professor at Rowan University, Fall 2016!
To Laura Stevens for being awarded a 2015 Horton Research Grant from the AGU Hydrology Section!
To Matt Osman for receiving a 2015 NDSEG Graduate Research Fellowship!
To Dr. Luke Trusel for successfully defending his Ph.D. in November 2014 & who recently joined our group as a 2015-16 WHOI Doherty Postdoctoral Scholar!
To Dr. Alison Criscitiello for successfully defending her Ph.D. in December 2013!
To Laura Stevens for receiving a 2012 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
To Dr. Maya Bhatia for successfully defending her Ph.D. in December 2011!
To Maya Bhatia for receiving a 2010 AGU Fall Meeting outstanding student paper award and for being awarded a 2010 Horton Research Grant from the AGU Hydrology Section!
To Alison Criscitiello for receiving a 2010 DOE Graduate Fellowship!
Partnership with Milton Academy
Check out the Greenland Blog about our recent Spring 2014 & Spring 2015 Greenland expeditions. This blog is hosted our project partner, Milton Academy high school science teacher Matthew Bingham, and is maintained by his students.
1st Annual NEGM 2015!
Join us for the first annual New England Glaciology Meeting (NEGM!) here at WHOI April 16-17, 2015
Read the report
Hear from scientists
Science on Ice
Check out Science On Ice, Chris Linder's wonderful new photo-essay book following 4 polar expeditions (including our team in Chapter 4.)