Jamin Greenbaum's research focuses on the acquisition and analysis of geophysical and oceanographic data to enable improvements to our understanding of Antarctic land-ice-ocean interaction processes in areas sensitive to rapid inland retreat. Specific interests include the impact of subglacial freshwater discharge on grounding line and ice shelf stability, and geological controls on ice sheet dynamics, especially the impacts of tectonics and geothermal heat flux. Additional interests include the development of low-carbon alternative platforms and approaches, especially those enabling the acquisition of data in typically difficult or inaccessible areas.