Lincoln Pitcher is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Earth Science and Observation Center (ESOC) at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado Boulder. His research fuses geospatial technologies with field-based measurements to investigate glaciologic and hydrologic dynamics – particularly in polar regions. Currently, Lincoln is using field and space-based technologies to enhance understanding of the production, transport and export of meltwater from the Greenland Ice Sheet. He is also studying the impact of surface hydrology on the stability of ice shelves and sea level rise in a warming world. Lincoln has bachelor’s degrees in Geography and in Political Science from UCLA. He also completed his MA and his PhD in Geography at UCLA where he was a NASA Earth and Space Sciences (NESSF) Fellow.
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