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University of Michigan

Jeremy Bassis is Professor at the Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, University of Michigan. He carried out a bachelor in math and physics at Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in 2007 during which he focused his research on Antarctica. Most of his research uses a mixture of computational work, field work and satellite imagery to understand the fundamental processes and mechanisms by which ice sheets and glaciers flow and fail in response to climate change. More recently, his work has increasingly evolved to focus more on interdisciplinary approaches that examine the role of science and academia in promoting equity in climate adaptation.These days he finds myself spending as much time pondering rain gardens, urban flooding and mixed storm-water-sewer systems as I do ice sheets.

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