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Ethan Dale

Position: Post-Doc Researcher

  • Performing QA/QC on data recorded during the 2019 MAPM field campaign.
  • Documenting the MAPM field campaign.
Academic Background:
  • PhD in Physics, University of Canterbury, 2020
  • BSc (Hons) in Physics, University of Canterbury, 2014
  • Dale, E. R., Kremser, S., Tradowsky, J. S., Bodeker, G. E., Bird, L. J., Olivares, G., Coulson, G., Somervell, E., Pattinson, W., Barte, J., Schmidt, J.-N., Abrahim, N., McDonald, A. J., and Kuma, P.: The winter 2019 air pollution (PM2.5) measurement campaign in Christchurch, New Zealand, Earth Syst. Sci. Data Discuss.,, in review, 2020.
  • Dale, E. R., Katurji, M., Mcdonald, A. J., Voss, P., Rack, W., & Seto, D. (2020). A Comparison of Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System (AMPS) Forecasts near the Ross Sea Polynya With Controlled Meteorological (CMET) Balloon Observations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125,
  • Dale, E. R. (2020). Interactions between changing weather patterns and the Antarctic Cryosphere in the Ross Sea Region. University of Canterbury Thesis,
  • Price, D., Soltanzadeh, I., Rack, W., and Dale, E. (2019). Snow-driven uncertainty in CryoSat-2-derived Antarctic sea ice thickness – insights from McMurdo Sound, The Cryosphere, 13, 1409-1422,
  • Dale, E. R., McDonald, A. J., Coggins, J. H. J., and Rack, W. (2017). Atmospheric forcing of sea ice anomalies in the Ross Sea polynya region, The Cryosphere, 11, 267-280,
  • Jolly, B., A.J. McDonald, J.H. Coggins, P. Zawar-Reza, J. Cassano, M. Lazzara, G. Graham, G. Plank, O. Petterson, and E. Dale, (2016). A Validation of the Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System Using Self-Organizing Maps and High-Density Observations from SNOWWEB. Mon. Wea. Rev., 144, 3181–3200,