Sylvia Dee, east coast native, completed her undergraduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering with certificates in Geological Engineering and Environmental Sciences at Princeton University. She currently works under the direction of Dr. Julien Emile-Geay in the USC Earth Sciences department, pursuing a doctorate in Climate Dynamics. Sylvia's research projects include topics in climate modeling and climate of the past millennia, using general circulation models (GCMs) to research the dynamics of the atmosphere and the ocean. Specifically, she focuses on incorporating stable water isotopes into climate models and using the output to compare climate model output to proxy records.
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