PhD student | Ocean & Climate Physics
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
weston [at] ldeo.columbia.edu
I use remote sensing observations, in-situ measurements and model simulations to understand the dynamics of drought and its implications for agriculture and food security. I am currently a PhD student at Columbia University in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. For more information on my professional activities and my research see my Research page, Google Scholar, or download my CV.
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