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.
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
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
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
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.