A Passion for Life on Ice
Alison Criscitiello is a fourth year Marine Geology and Geophysics student in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program in EAPS. Her principal interest is in glaciology, in particular validating a potential proxy for Antarctic sea-ice extent based on ice-core composition. Each winter for the past 2 years Alison has travelled to Antarctica to drill. In this interview Alison describes her work and her passion for life on ice.
Alison is a 2010 DOE Graduate Fellow. Based at Woods Hole, her advisor is Dr. Sarah Das.