Victoria Ford

Research

My research investigates the linkages between Arctic sea ice decline and the freshwater budget through ice-ocean-atmosphere interactions at high latitudes.

Selected Publications

Ford V, Walker N, and Pun I-F (2019) Anomalous oceanic conditions in the central and eastern North Pacific Ocean during the 2014 hurricane season and relationships to three major hurricanes. Satellite Oceanography and Meteorology, in review.

Education

M.S. Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University, 2016

B.S. Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2014

Awards

Department of Geography Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award, 2019

First Place, Student Paper Competition Climate Specialty Group, AAG Annual Meeting 2019

Second Place Oral Presentation, Student Research Week Graduate Oral Presentation in the Geosciences, Texas A&M University, 2018

George Miksch Sutton Research Scholarship in Ornithology, University of Oklahoma, 2014

School of Meteorology Scholarship, University of Oklahoma, 2011-2014

Courses

GEOG 434 – Hydrology & Environment

GEOG 390 – Principles of GIS

GEOG 361/651 – Remote Sensing in Geosciences

GEOG 202 – Geography of the Global Village

GEOG 398 – Interpretation of Aerial Photography

GEOG 213 – Planet Earth Laboratory

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Oliver Frauenfeld

 

Leadership Positions:

Young Scholars Director, Climate Specialty Group, American Association of Geographers

 

Professional Organizations:

American Association of Geographers, Association of Polar Early Career Scientists, The Oceanography Society, American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society

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