Eva Nielsen

Studying towards a PhD in Antarctic Studies
Data driven analysis of the spatiotemporal occurrence and impact of foehn events along the terrestrial coastal margin of Antarctica using remote sensed products

Location: Ernest Rutherford 262
Country of origin: Denmark
Eva Nielson

The aim of my study is to do a continental wide analysis of warming both onshore and offshore Antarctica with the goal of identifying foehn warming events along the terrestrial coastal margin. Remote sensed data for land and ice surface temperature in combination with in-situ observations from automatic weather stations and mesoscale climate models will be used as data for the analysis.

Supervisors:

Primary Supervisor: Marwan Katurji
Co-Supervisor: Peyman Zawar-Reza

Working thesis title

Data driven analysis of the spatiotemporal occurrence and impact of foehn events along the terrestrial coastal margin of Antarctica using remote sensed products

Academic History

MSc in Geophysics, University of Aarhus, Denmark