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Dr. Kimberley R. Miner is an Earth scientist with a focus on risk assessment and systems dynamics. At JPL, Kimberley works with international teams on the Arctic Methane Project looking at the impacts of climate change in the Arctic. Kimberley has researched climate change with multi-national teams in Canada, Switzerland, and Alaska. During her Ph.D., she developed the first health assessment of glacial meltwater pollution. For this groundbreaking work, she was awarded fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation, the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, and the Switzer Foundation. Kimberley is a Black belt, certified Wilderness Firefighter and First Responder, and has an awesome rescue dog named Darby.