More About Sarah

I first came to Alaska to work as a teenager in 1995 on an internship program to support scientists studying Alaska's cryosphere (glaciers, snow, permafrost etc).  As a child raised in rural northern New England, I always felt happiest outside in the mountains, and most of all - I loved the cold snowy winter seasons.  However, nothing could have prepared me for the stunning grandeur of Alaska!  Each day I was more amazed by the beauty and scale of Alaska's raw mountain landscapes with vast expansive ice fields and powerful rivers. During my first week I was determined to make Alaska my home.  

After completing my academic degrees researching glaciers, snow, permafrost, and satellite remote sensing, I spent the next 20 years working in Alaska and numerous other countries researching the cold regions processes that shape this great landscape. 

Recently, after becoming a semi-retired Alaskan, I started sharing my love for exploring the scientific wonders of this land by taking people on tours to discover this great state with me. Come join me on a tour!

 

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