Conservation Scientist, Patagonia & Costa Rica Instructor
Scott received a BSc in Geology from Central Connecticut State University and an MSc in Earth and Climate Sciences from the University of Maine. His field research has ranged from studying past climate variations in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica and Peruvian Andes to studies on the future health of glaciers in Alaska. In addition to his academic research, Scott has worked as both a glacier/mountaineer and sea kayak guide in Alaska. Scott has been leading programs in Patagonia and Costa Rica since January of 2017.