Jessica (Jessie) Cherry

Jessica (Jessie) Cherry
Research Associate Professor
affiliations: IARC/INE
location: 408 A Akasofu Building
email: jcherry attsymbol for nospam iarc [dot] uaf [dot] edu
phone: 907-474-5730
website: http://people.iarc.uaf.edu/~jcherry/

 

Projects

  • Study of the Role of Snow in Land-Atmosphere Coupling (JAMSTEC)
  • Remote Sensing of Rivers in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (BLM)
  • Evaluation of the Total Precipitation Sensor (DOE)
  • Southeast Alaska Hydroelectric Power Climate Impact Analysis (NOAA)
  • Analysis and Attribution of Changes in Siberian Hydroclimate (NSF)
  • Development of Improved Satellite-Based Snow Products for Alaska (NOAA)
  • Regional Model Intercomparison for Alaska (Sandia)
  • Regional Modeling for Arctic Transportation Networks (DOE)

Professional Interests

  • Arctic hydrology and climate
  • Large-scale snow physics
  • Land-atmosphere interaction on synoptic and longer time-scales
  • Frozen ground
  • Water resources and economics

Education

2003-2006 Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory New York, NY PhD in Climate Science/Hydrology (Advisor: Bruno Tremblay, now at McGill Univ., Montreal, Canada)

2002-2003 Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory New York, NY Master of Philosophy in Climate Science/Hydrology (Advisor: Marc Stieglitz, now at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA)

2000-2002 Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory New York, NY Master of Arts in Physical Oceanography (Advisor: Martin Visbeck, now at IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany)

1995-1999 Columbia College of Columbia University New York, NY Double major in Economics and Earth/Environmental Science
For more publications, see personal website at http://people.iarc.uaf.edu/~jcherry/