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Dr. Greene is a satellite remote sensing and machine learning specialist in the Sea Level and Ice group under the Earth Science Section at JPL/Caltech, where he is a member of the NASA MEaSUREs ITS_LIVE Earth data development team. He has conducted multiple seasons of airborne geophysical surveys in Antarctica and has carried out ship-based science in the Arctic, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Baltic Sea. Dr. Greene is a prolific coder, creator of many open-source MATLAB and Julia toolboxes, and has a passion for thorough documentation. He has served on the MathWorks Community Advisory Board and as editor of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
I use satellite and airborne remote sensing data to measure and understand the current state and sensitivities of the world’s glaciers and ice sheets. I’m currently pursuing the use of machine learning techniques to help fill in gaps in the Earth observation data record. With a more complete picture of how the Earth system has evolved in recent years, we gain insights into what the future may hold.