Dr. Lincoln Pitcher was a NCRL Ph.D. student and NASA Earth System Science Fellow (NESSF) at UCLA from 2015-2019. His research fuses geospatial technologies with cutting-edge field instrumentation to investigate hydrology and glaciology, with particular emphasis on the polar regions. His graduate work examined hydrological processes of Arctic landscapes and the Greenland ice sheet through satellite/airborne remote sensing and extreme field campaigns. In addition to the Ph.D., he also earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at UCLA. After graduating, Dr. Pitcher was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES, University of Colorado) before starting a Research Scientist position at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency/Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (NGA/ORISE).
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