Sarah Myhre

Sarah Myhre

Biography

Sarah is an ocean and climate scientist trained to think about how abrupt climate change impacts physical and biological systems. She received doctoral training in paleoceanography, climate change, geochemistry and marine ecology from the University of California at Davis. She is deeply interested in how ocean systems will be disrupted and reorganized by anthropogenic climate change. In particular, Sarah investigates past events of abrupt climate change to provide informative windows into the capacity for global-scale events to disrupt regional ecology. Sarah is committed to improving communication between climate scientists, policy makers and citizens. Climate and environmental scientists are tasked with providing the analytical and decision-making tools for science-based policy. She looks forward to bringing science to constituents, decision makers and the public sector to solve the problems of the future.

Fellow Activity

Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership | Jan 23, 2018
Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership | Jun 23, 2017
Network Events | Apr 24, 2017
Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership | May 20, 2016

Fellow at a Glance

Fellowship Year:
2013
Academic Background:
University of California at Davis, Ph.D.
Current Position:
Postdoctoral Scholar
Bodega Marine Laboratory
Expertise:
Energy & Climate Change
Coastal & Marine Issues
Conservation Science & Biology
Currently Working On:
Abrupt climate warming, polar and subpolar oceans, hypoxia

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