Member Since 2015
Marysa M. Lague
Assistant Professor, University of Utah
Professional Experience
University of Utah
Assistant Professor
2023 - Present
University of Saskatchewan
Research Associate
2022 - 2023
University of Saskatchewan
Postdoctoral Fellow
2021 - 2022
University of California Berkeley
Postdoctoral Fellow
2019 - 2020
University of Washington Seattle
Graduate Student
2013 - 2019
University of British Columbia
Undergraduate Student
2009 - 2012
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Education
University of Washington Seattle
Doctorate
2019
University of Washington Seattle
Masters
2016
University of British Columbia
Bachelors
2013
University of Saskatchewan
Doctorate
University of Washington Seattle
Doctorate
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Honors & Awards
Outstanding Reviewer Award - Geophysical Research Letters
Received December 2021
James R. Holton Award
Received December 2021
Current Roles
Member
Macelwane Medal Committee
Publications
AGU Abstracts
Large isotopic signals in tropical precipitation require non-local hydrologic change
WATER ISOTOPE SYSTEMATICS: IMPROVING MODERN AND PALEOCLIMATE INTERPRETATIONS II ORAL
paleoceanography and paleoclimatology | 14 december 2023
Tyler Kukla, Nicholas Siler, Rich Fiorella, Marysa...
Oxygen isotope (δ18O) records of tropical precipitation are often linked to local precipitation amount, though deconvolving the effects of local versu...
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SwampLand vs. Desertland: using the extreme end-cases of possible terrestrial evaporation to explore the role of evapotranspiration from land in the global climate system
THE GLOBAL WATER CYCLE: COUPLING AND EXCHANGES BETWEEN THE OCEAN, LAND, CRYOSPHERE, AND ATMOSPHERE I POSTER
global environmental change | 14 december 2023
Marysa M. Lague, Gregory R. Quetin, William R. Boo...
Decreasing evaporation from the land surface has a direct warming effect on land by reducing latent cooling. However, it also modifies surface (and gl...
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Integrating Ecohydrological Complexity into Simulations of Arctic Change; Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Modelling
NOVEL PARADIGMS, PROCESSES, AND EMERGENT BEHAVIOR IN TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM MODELING I POSTER
biogeosciences | 12 december 2023
Cory Wallace, Marysa M. Lague, Sean K. Carey, Jenn...
Rapid Arctic warming is leading to vegetation change and shifting disturbances regimes which are expected to impact the long-term functioning of this ...
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Volunteer Experience
2024 - 2025
Member
Macelwane Medal Committee
2023 - 2023
Member
Macelwane Medal Committee
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