Graduate Research Assistant
Ema Parker’s research focuses on employing active marine electromagnetic (EM) methods to study lithosphere-biosphere dynamics and, by extension, the potential implications those mechanisms may have for the New Blue Economy. With a foundation in mathematics and hydrographic sciences, Ema possesses comprehensive expertise in novel marine surveying techniques and a passion for addressing intricate Earth-Ocean challenges. She also has a key interest in expanding UTIG’s marine EM capabilities. As a team member in OCEEMlab, Ema will assist in developing innovative marine controlled-source (CSEM) technologies designed for high-resolution Earth imaging.
Submarine freshwater lithosphere-biosphere dynamics, marine CSEM imaging, uncrewed underwater systems.
Eric Attias and Sean Gulick
MS, Hydrographic Sciences, The University of Southern Mississippi, Stennis Space Center
BS, Mathematics, The University of Utah