Lorna Thurston

Lorna Thurston

Environmental Scientist

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

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