Joey Schnaubelt

Ph.D. Student

I received my B.S. in Physics at Juniata College as well as an M.S. in Physics here at UConn where I worked on experimental and theoretical research on diatomic molecules. My physics background, combined with a love for the outdoors has pointed me towards paleoclimate modeling. Currently, my work focuses on modeling the Last Interglacial (127ka) with multiple different ice sheet configurations and freshwater flux scenarios to explore the effect on ice sheet collapse on interglacial climates.


  • M.S. : Physics at University of Connecticut
  • B.S. : Physics at Juniata College


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