ESSIC research scientist Dorothy Hall is a newly elected AGU Fellow for 2018. The prestigious honor, awarded to only .01% of the AGU membership annually, recognizes those having achieved scientific eminence in the fields of Earth and space sciences. Hall’s formal induction will take place at the fall 2018 annual AGU meeting held this year in Washington, D.C.
Dorothy Hall is an ESSIC research scientist and a senior scientist in the Cryospheric Sciences Laboratory at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. There, she conducts research on the remote sensing of snow and ice. She recently returned from Valencia, Spain where she presented at the International Geoscience Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2018).
To learn more about Hall’s work and research, read her Spotlight from earlier this year or her past Highlight about her IGARSS presentation. To learn more about the AGU Fellows, click here.