What I do for a living
I am a meteorologist. One of the projects I currently work on examines the impacts of ship speeds on air quality. I perform these investigations by using an air quality model that I run with different emission scenarios.
Like for cars the emissions of ships depend on the operation mode. During maneuvering ships emit more because the engines run at inefficient load. At high, cruise speeds, they emit more than at low speeds because they need more energy (i.e. fuel) to go fast. Here I am standing at the world map to show you the area I do the investigations for: Southeast Alaska, the so-called Panhandle.
It’s a rumor that the work look of weather(wo)men is a bathing suit and down coat at the same time
I am wearing a dark wash denim skirt and a light wash denim shirt. To dress up the look I added an oxblood silk scarf around my neck and brown and oxblood colored plateau heeled loafers. On my commute to work I wore a Burberry blue, oxblood and brown small plaid blazer and tan duffle bag.
What do you wear to work? Do you like the denim on denim look? do you like the blue-oxblood-tan color combination? Let me know, send me and email. I am curious.
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Photos: G. Kramm (2013)
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