Jennifer Arthur

Postdoc Researcher, Norwegian Polar Institute

I am a glaciologist and remote sensing polar scientist, focusing on satellite observation and monitoring of ice sheets. I am currently a researcher in Antarctic glaciology and remote sensing at the Norwegian Polar Institute in Tromsø, Norway. I recently completed my PhD in Antarctic glaciology at Durham University, UK, where I used satellite remote sensing to investigate surface meltwater on the East Antarctic Ice Sheet. During my PhD, I lived for three months in Nuuk, Greenland where I worked with the government-owned company Asiaq Greenland Survey. It was during this time that I caught the bug for the Arctic and its amazing landscapes. I also have broad interests in polar science communication and outreach, and am a keen advocate of diversity, equity and inclusion and widening participation in polar science.

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