Kaiyuan Wang

Kaiyuan Wang is a first year PhD student and an aspiring glaciologist in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (DEEPS) at Brown University. His research interests include glaciology and hydrology using remote sensing data and field data, with particular emphasis on Greenland Ice Sheet surface to bed connections. Prior to coming to Brown NCRL he earned a BSc in Physical Geography and Geology from McGill University in 2023. Previous work includes studying Greenhouse gas fluxes of harvested peatland in eastern Canada, exploring hydrological behavior of a Rock Glacier in a Sub-Arctic watershed in Yukon, and mapping Post-Glacial Faults and geomorphology in the Western Quebec Seismic Zone. In his free time, Kaiyuan enjoys hiking, reading and rock hunting during field trips. 

Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=t3eJx4AAAAAJ  
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kai_Glacier 
Github: https://github.com/kai-yuan-wang

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