Caitlin D. Locke (she/her)

Graduate Student

Caitlin received a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science from Columbia University in May 2013. She joined the Polar Geophysics Group at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in December 2016 as a Senior Research Staff Assistant where she processed, analyzed, and managed airborne geophysical data for the group, in addition to participating in fieldwork. In 2021, she became a first year graduate student working with Kirsty Tinto. She is involved in the Bed Classes, Oceans Melting Greenland, Operation IceBridge, and ROSETTA-Ice projects.


Ross Ice Shelf response to climate driven by the tectonic imprint on seafloor bathymetry

Kirsty J. Tinto
Laurie Padman
Christine S. Siddoway
Scott R. Springer
Helen A. Fricker
Indrani Das
Fabio Caratori Tontini
David F. Porter
Nicholas P. Frearson
Susan L. Howard
Matthew R. Siegfried
Cyrille Mosbeux
Maya K. Becker
Christopher Bertinato
Alexandra Boghosian
Nigel Brady
Bethany L. Burton
Winnie Chu
S. Isabel Cordero
Tejendra Dhakal
Ling Ling Dong
Chloe D. Gustafson
Skye Keeshin
Caitlin D. Locke
Alec Lockett
Grant O'Brien
Julian J. Spergel
Sarah E. Starke
Matthew Tankersley
Martin G. Wearing
Robin E. Bell