Ph.D. Student, Earth and Planetary Science Department, Johns Hopkins University
Anna Scott is a Ph.D. student in the Earth and Planetary Science Department at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Her thesis research looks at quantifying urban temperature variability and heat waves, but she has been known to dabble in projects on regional hydrology, the climate impacts of aerosols, and North African precipitation.
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