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Equisha Glenn, who recently won the NOAA STAR fellowship, published her article, “Detection of recent regional sea surface temperature warming in the Caribbean and surrounding region,” in Geophysical Research Letters, a publication of the American Geophysical Union. The article was also featured as a “Research Spotlight” in Earth and Space Science News.

Glenn, who earned her B.E. in Earth Systems Science and Environmental Engineering from CCNY, started her career with NOAA-CREST as an undergraduate. She has since obtained two graduate degrees as a research fellow with CREST and with the Earth Science and Environmental Sustainability Graduate Initiative program. She will start her Ph.D. studies in 2016.

Her advisors are Jorge E. González of CCNY, and Thomas M. Smith and Daniel Comarazamy of NOAA.

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