PEI-STEP Fellows: Awarded Geosciences

  • Luxum, Katja

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Transferring Expertise From Geoscientists to Decision-Makers: Applying Choice Architecture to Design Optimal Factsheets

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Elke Weber

    Thesis Topic

    Converting Nitrogen Gas into Fertilizer: Physiological Implications of Mo-Independent Nitrogen Fixation

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Xinning Zhang

  • Mignone, Bryan

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Political economy of International environmental agreements.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    Physical controls on the oceanic uptake and storage of anthropogenic carbon.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Jorge Sarmiento

  • Yang, Huiyan

    Perkins Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Chinese household energy usage and the black carbon emissions.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Eric Larson

    Thesis Topic

    Global black carbon distribution and its impact on tropospheric photochemistry.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Hiram Levy

  • Dreyfus, Gabrielle

    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Assessing the validity and implications of using MIS 11 as an analog for the unperturbed Holocene

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    Ice core paleoclimatology using the composition of trapped air.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Jean Jouzel

  • Little, Christopher

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Constraining eustatic sea-level rise with a hierarchy.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    Constraining ocean circulation and basal melting under ice shelves.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Anand Gnanadesikan

  • Losh, Jenna

    Ford Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Geosciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Investigating the challenges and prospective for U.S. ocean policy, with recommendations for a successful regime.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Michael Oppenheimer

    Thesis Topic

    The response of marine phytoplankton to increase CO2 under nitrogen limitation.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Francois Morel