We are focused on investigating how vegetation processes affect water flow dynamics and pathways in soil and streams, and conversely, how water flow paths affect vegetation function in mountainous terrain.
- January 2022: Welcome to Nate Farmer, Daphne Quint, Patrick Ugrinow, and Rajan Patel, who all joined the group as student assistants
- August 2021: Congratulations and goodbye to Hannah Zanowski, who left to start as Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
- August 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Patricia DeRepentigny, for officially graduating from CU with her PhD and starting at NCAR as ASP Postdoctoral Fellow.
- August 2021: Alexandra was awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor
- July 2021: Welcome to Jed Lenetsky, who joined the group as PhD student
- July 2021: Welcome to Ivonne Martinez, who joined ATOC and INSTAAR to work on a summer REU project on our NSF project "Paleoceanographic Impacts of the onset of Arctic-Baffin Bay throughflow" and was co-mentored by Patricia, Hannah and me, in addition to her main mentor Prof. Julia Moriarty.
- June 2021: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny, for being awarded the 2021 CESM graduate student award
- June 2021: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny for being awarded the 1st Place Outstanding Student Oral Presentation at the 2021 Polar AMS meeting and to Chris Wyburn-Powell for being awarded the 2nd Place Outstanding Student Oral Presentation at Polar AMS.
- May 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Abigail Smith, for officially graduating from CU with her PhD.
- May 2021: Goodbye to Sara Reinelt, and all the best for the summer REU at Rutgers
- April 2021: Congratulations to Chris Wyburn-Powell for successfully passing his COMPS2 exam and advancing to PhD candidacy
- April 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Patricia DeRepentigny for successfully defending her PhD dissertation "Assessing the Future of the Arctic Sea Ice Cover: Processes, Variability and Implications"
- April 2021: Congratulations to Jed Lenetsky for defneding his Master thesis in Geography and on accepting the offer for entering the ATOC PhD program later in 2021 and joinig this group. Welcome Jed!
- March 2021: Hannah published a new article in JGR-Oceans on "Arctic Ocean freshwater in CMIP6 Ensembles: Declining Sea Ice, Increasing Ocean Storage and Export"
- March 2021: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny, who was awarded a ASP Postdoctoral Fellowship at NCAR, starting in fall 2021.
- March 2021: Welcome to Jed Lenetsky, who will join the group as PhD student in fall 2021.
- January 2021: Goodbye and Congratulations to Abigail Smith, who started a new position at NCAR as Associate Scientist II in RAL.
- November 2020: Congratulations to Dr. Abigail Smith, who successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled "Improving the evaluation of seasonal Arctic sea ice transitions in climate models"
- September 2020: Abigail published a new article in the Crysophere, on "Seasonal transition dates can reveal biases in Arctic sea ice simulations"
- September 2020: Welcome to Sara Reinelt, who joined the group as undergraduate research assiatant to work on the CiTRACE project.
- August 2020: Congratulations to Chris Wyburn Powell, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam
- July 2020: Two new articles from members of the group got published this month, one lead by Patricia on "Arctic Sea Ice in Two Configurations of the Community Earth System Model Version 2 (CESM2) During the 20th and 21st Centuries" and one lead by Alex on "Forced Changes in the Arctic Freshwater Budget Emerge in the Early 21st Century"
- June 2020: Congratulations to Hannah Zanowski, who accepted a faculty position at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, starting in fall 2021.
- May 2020: Chris Wyburn Powell joined the group as a new Graduate Student. Welcome Chris!
- March 2020: Patricia published a new article, on "Increased Transnational Sea Ice Transport Between Neighboring Arctic States in the 21st Century" was published in Earth's Future, with a press release.
- September 2019: Welcome to the group, Hannah Zanwoski. Hannah joins us as a Postdoctoral Researcher.
- June 2019: Alexandra was awarded a NSF CAREER award on "Reducing the projection uncertainty for Arctic sea ice loss"
- June 2019: Congratulations to Abigail Smith who was awarded a NASA Future Investigator Award
- May 2019: Congratulations to Abigail Smith and Patricia DeRepentigny for winning the Most Outstanding and Oustanding presentation awards at the Polar AMS conference
- April 2019: A new article on the "Non-uniform contribution of internal variability to recent Arctic sea ice loss" by Mark England, Alexandra Jahn, and Lorenzo Polvani was published in the Journal of Climate: https://doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0864.1
- January 2019: Congratulations to Abigail Smith, who published her first paper in the Cryosphere: https://www.the-cryosphere.net/13/1/2019/
- December 2018: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny and Abigail Ahlert for winning the ESSS Poster Conference overall poster conference award (Patricia) and the Snow and Ice Poster category poster award (Abigail)!
- November 2018: A new article by postdoc Yafang Zhong was published in GRL, on "Asymmetric Cooling of the Atlantic and Pacific Arctic During the Past Two Millennia: A Dual Observation‐Modeling Study"
- August 2018: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam!
- April 2018: Congratulations to Patricia DeRepentigny, who was awarded NSERC and FQRNT PhD fellowships and the CMOS student supplement award!
- April 2018: A new article by A. Jahn was published in Nature Climate Change, on the "Reduced probability of ice-free summers for 1.5 °C compared to 2 °C warming" https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-018-0127-8
- February 2018: Kerrie Dochen graduated from CU and now works at Ball Aerospace. Congrats!
- January 2018: Welcome to Clara Burgard, who is visiting the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group for 2 month.
- December 2017: Congratulations to Rory Laiho and Abigail Ahlert who were awarded a non-thesis ATOC Masters degree
- November 2017: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who passed the ATOC COMPS2 exam!
- August 2017: Congratulations to Aaron Schroeder and Rory Laiho, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam!
- August 2017: Graduate Student Patricia DeRepentigny joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Welcome Patricia!
- May 2017: Kerrie Dochen joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group as undergraduate researcher. Welcome Kerrie!
- January 2017: Graduate Student Aaron Schroeder joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Aaron will be working on isotope modeling of the ocean for the LGM and the more recent past. Welcome Aaron!
- December 2016: A new article co-authored by A. Jahn on the impact of Arctic gateway closure during the warm climate of the Pliocene 3 million years ago was published in GRL: Otto-Bliesner, B. L., A. Jahn, R. Feng, E. C. Brady, A. Hu, M. Löfverström (2016), Arctic Gateways and a stronger Atlantic Ocean conveyor during the Pliocene, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, doi: 10.1002/2016GL071805
- August 2016: A new Arcticle by A. Jahn and co-authors on the predictability of an ice-free Arctic has been published in GRL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2016GL070067/abstract
- August 2016: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam!
- April 2016: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who was awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
- January 2016: Graduate Student Rory Laiho joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Rory will be working on Arctic freshwater dynamics. Welcome Rory!