Erin Broatch

Erin Broatch

Graduate Student

Physical Oceanography

I am a physical oceanography graduate student in the UW School of Oceanography, working with Parker MacCready and the UW Coastal Modeling Group. I study estuarine dynamics in Puget Sound and the Salish Sea. My current research employs realistic numerical models to study the relationship between the estuarine exchange flow and mixing in the Salish Sea using a salinity variance-based framework.

I completed my BASc in Engineering Physics at Queen's University (Canada) in 2018 and my MSc in Applied Mathematics at UW in 2020.

Erin Broatch

Erin Broatch

Graduate Student

Physical Oceanography

I am a physical oceanography graduate student in the UW School of Oceanography, working with Parker MacCready and the UW Coastal Modeling Group. I study estuarine dynamics in Puget Sound and the Salish Sea. My current research employs realistic numerical models to study the relationship between the estuarine exchange flow and mixing in the Salish Sea using a salinity variance-based framework.

I completed my BASc in Engineering Physics at Queen's University (Canada) in 2018 and my MSc in Applied Mathematics at UW in 2020.