Our goal is to better understand past ice sheets and their stability.
The Pico group uses ice sheet- solid Earth interactions as a lens to improve
ice sheet and sea-level reconstructions on glacial timescales.
By leveraging unconventional sea-level datasets, including ancient landscapes,
we aim to target knowledge gaps on ice sheet growth and decay.
February 2020: I was honored to speak at the URGE Reading Group Session on Racism and History, you can watch the video
January 2020: Our curriculum project GeoContext was covered in the
Princeton Alumni Weekly !
December 2020: Check out my AGU
poster on our GeoContext curriculum project! Our website is now live at
October 2020: I will be giving a talk October 28 at GSA on glacial isostatic adjustment and Missoula megaflooding! See session
August 2020: Check out our paper
on first authorship gender gaps in geoscience, now freely available in Earth & Space Science!
August 2020: Our paper
on MIS 3 sea level and Indo-Pacific hydroclimate was published in AGU Paleooceanography and Paleoclimatolgy