1;95;0c1;95;0c1;95;0c Stephen C. Riser: Former PhD Students


Former Students




Susan Lozier, PhD 1989. Dissertation: Potential Vorticity Characteristics of a Quasigeostrophic Ocean: A Lagrangian Perspective. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Present position: Professor and Chair, Ocean and Atmospheres Section, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University.





Susan Hautala, PhD 1992. Dissertation: Modeling and Observations of Deep Circulation in the Eastern South Pacific. First position after graduation: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Present position: Associate Professor, School of Oceanography, University of Washington.




Deborah Lebel, PhD 2000. Dissertation: Inverse Models of Mass, Heat, and Salt for the North Pacific. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Researcher, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University. Present position: Research Associate, Earth Institute, Columbia University.




Young-Oh Kwon, PhD 2003. Dissertation: Observations and Models of Subtropical North Atlantic Mode Water. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Scholar, National Center for Atmospheric Research. Present position: Associate Scientist (with tenure), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.











Li Ren, PhD 2008. Dissertation: Observations of Decadal-scale Salinity Changes in the North Pacific Ocean. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Researcher, Florida State University. Present position: Assistant Professor, University of Maryland.










Alison Gray, PhD 2014. Dissertation: Determining the Global Ocean Circulaton Using Absolute Velocity Estimates from Profiling Floats. First position after graduation: NOAA Global Change Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University. Present position: Assistant Professor, University of Washington.










Tyler Hennon, PhD 2016. Dissertation: Linking Respiration and Primary Production to the Large--Scale Ocean Circulaiton and Eddies Using Data from Biogeochemical Profiling Floats. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Scholar, Scripps Institution of Oceanography.










Jessica Anderson, PhD 2017. Dissertation: Observations of Near-Surface Temperature and Salinity from Profiling Floats: Vertical Variability, Structure, and Connection to Deeper Properties. First position after graduation: Postdoctoral Fellow, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

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