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understand the air-sea boundary and ice-ocean interactions in polar regions.
Oskar Glowacki is a postdoc in the Marine Physical Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego (La Jolla) and is supported by the National Science Foundation and the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. He
received his PhD with honors from the Institute of Geo- physics Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw), awarded in 2018 for his dissertation by the prime minister of Poland. His current research aims to quantify ice mass loss from marine-terminating glaciers using hydroacoustics and other remote-sensing techniques. He took part in several expeditions to the Arctic, studying ambient noise in glacial bays and fjords.
Erin Pettit studies the dynamics of gla- ciers and ice sheets to better predict the impact of glacier change on land and ocean environments. Her research cur- rently focuses on ice-ocean interactions and the stability of marine-terminating glaciers and ice shelves in Greenland,
Antarctica, and Alaska. She is an associate professor at Oregon State University (Corvallis), founder and director of Inspiring Girls Expeditions, a fellow of Wings WorldQuest, and an emerging explorer with National Geographic. She has a BSc in mechanical engineering from Brown University (Providence, RI) and a PhD in geophysics from the University of Washington (Seattle).
Dale Stokes is a research oceanogra- pher in the Marine Physical Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego (La Jolla). He cofounded the Innovative Marine Technology Lab, Scripps Insti- tution of Oceanography, with Grant
Deane more than two decades ago and has extensive expe- rience in laboratory and oceanographic field studies from the deep sea to shallow waters and from the tropics to both polar regions.
  Grant Deane is a Research Oceanographer attheScrippsInstitutionofOceanography, University of California, San Diego (La Jolla).HereceivedhisDPhilinmathemat- ics from the University of Oxford (Oxford, UK) in 1989. He currently works on a range of earth science and acoustics prob- lems, integrating theory and experiment to
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