Nathanael S. Amador
Visiting Assistant Professor
Academic West 319
B.S., M.S. Ohio State University; Ph.D. forthcoming, Pennsylvania State University.
My research combines remote sensing (satellite imagery), GIS, and climate data to analyze changes in melt patterns on the Greenland Ice Sheet. I look at the climate system at various time scales (daily to decadal) and at various spatial scales (several meters to hundreds of kilometers). I seek to quantify changes in the climate system and identify relationships between the ice, ocean, land surface, and atmosphere systems.