Portrait of Kyle Armour

Kyle Armour

Assistant Professor

Oceanography

Kyle Armour studies the dynamics of Earth’s climate through the analysis of observations and numerical simulations with both idealized and comprehensive climate models. He is part of the College’s Future of Ice initiative, and holds a joint assistant professor position in the School of Oceanography and Department of Atmospheric Sciences. His research focuses on understanding recent and future sea ice changes, polar oceanography, and global climate change. Recently, he has worked on a range of topics including an assessment of the reversibility of Arctic sea ice loss, the time-dependence of atmospheric feedbacks, and regional climate predictability.