Education: B.A. Earth Sciences, 1971, Washington University of St. Louis M.A. Geophysical Sciences, 1973, University of Chicago Ph.D. Geophysical Sciences, 1977, University of Chicago Post-Doctoral Associate, 1977-1978, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island National Research Council Fellow, 1978-1979, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories
Research: At present I’m most interesting in exploring how observations made by satellites can be applied to the study of biological and geological processes in the Great Lakes. By developing new algorithms and by applying advanced statistical and data mining methods, the research is aimed at improving both our overall understanding the lakes and our ability to monitor their conditions.
Recent Publications (since 2010):