Lorna has been working as an environmental planner and environmental scientist for more than five years. She has recently completed sediment transport modeling on an NSF funded research project, “Developing a system model of Arctic glacial-lacustrine sedimentation for investigating past and future climate change.” Lorna has modeled suspended sediment concentrations, and calculated yields, using multivariate sediment rating curves, and marker-beds in short lacustrine sediment cores. Lorna brings strong quantitative and communication skills to a range of interdisciplinary projects spanning geomorphology, hydrology, limnology, ecology, and environmental policy. In her free time, Lorna enjoys swimming and exploring the great outdoors, especially in unique geographical environs.
Education: M.S. Distinction, Environment Science and Policy; PGC., Antarctic Studies, B.S. Hons. I, Physical Geography