Northeast Climate Science Center, Columbia University
Ph.D. Student, Earth and Environmental Science (Columbia University), B.A., Computer Science and Integrated Science (Northwestern University)
Ethan's current research is focused on the causes and impacts of extreme temperature and precipitation events, and how the frequency and magnitude of these events may change over the next century. I study the effect of climate change on extreme weather using the NARCCAP and CMIP5 climate model suites. He is a fellow of the Northeast Climate Science Center, a group dedicated to studying climate change impacts in the northeast United States. Ethan graduated from Northwestern University in 2013 with majors in computer science and integrated science.