Department / group: School of Geosciences
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Research interests:

I am a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh interested in using remote sensing and hydrological
modelling to study the Cryosphere as it is rapidly altered by changing climatic conditions.

Career history:

PhD, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, The University of Edinburgh, expected December 2019
Thesis: Investigating tidewater glacier and iceberg submarine melt rates in Greenlands fjords
MSc, Physical Geography, The University of British Columbia, August 2015
Thesis: Stream
ow response during rapid retreat of a lake-calving mountain glacier
BSc, Environmental Studies, Gettysburg College, May 2013
Honor’s Thesis: Using GIS and streamlined landforms to interpret paleo-ice
ow in northern Iceland

Active research projects:

Investigating tidewater glacier and iceberg submarine melt rates in Greenland’s fjords

Recent publications:

Moyer AN, Moore RD, and Koppes M. Stream
ow response to the rapid retreat of a lake-calving
glacier. Hydrological Processes. (in review)
Bird LA, Moyer AN, Moore RD, and Koppes M. Hydrology and thermal regime of a proglacial lake
fed by a calving glacier. (in preparation)
Principato S, Moyer AN, Hampsch A, and Ipsen H. 2016. Using GIS and streamlined landforms to
interpret palaeo-ice
ow in northern Iceland. Boreas. DOI: 10.1111/bor.12164.
de Matthaeis P, Utku C, Le Vine DM, and Moyer AN. Aquarius retrieval of sea ice thickness: Initial
results. Conference Paper from 2014 Specialist Meeting on Microwave Radiometry and Remote Sensing
of the Environment. DOI: 10.1109/MicroRad.2014.6878910.