John M. Fegyveresi
School of Earth and Sustainability
Northern Arizona University
Geology Building (12), Room 107A
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
john.fegyveresi <at> nau.edu
I am a glaciologist and climate scientist specializing in the analysis and interpretation of ice cores and polar ice sheets, using direct field measurements, thin-section and micro-CT analyses, ice-core gas extraction, and numerical modeling. I am most drawn to research questions that address how the physical and chemical properties of ice can be used to:
2019-Present: Assistant Professor of Practice, Northern Arizona University (NAU).
2019-Present: Graduate Program Director, Climate Science and Solutions MS, NAU
2015-2019: Research Physical Scientist, US Cold Regions Research and Eng. Lab (CRREL).
2016-2019: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Boston University.
2015: Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Pennsylvania State University.
1999-2007: Enterprise Systems Engineer, Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
1998: Intern, NASA Lewis (Glenn) Research Center.
2015: PhD, Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University.
2010: MS, Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University.
1998: BS, Engineering, Case Western Reserve University.