Carolyn Rosevelt

Field and Remote Sensing Scientist and Writer


Carolyn holds a Master’s in Coastal and Watershed Science and Policy from California State University, Monterey Bay and is passionate about science communication, and leveraging storytelling to create high impact relationships across industries and STEAM disciplines.

She currently writes for WildHub, a wildlife and wildlands conservation platform. She has previously worked on land cover projects involving NASA satellites, analyzed the prevalence of beach litter in Central California, and sailed over 2,400 miles from Bermuda to Iceland measuring indices of ocean health.

Originally from Los Angeles, she has lived in Oregon and Washington, studied for a summer in Quebec, and is now based in Santa Cruz. She loves reading, film, photography, and finding new ways to enjoy the outdoors.


Cultivated and fallow cropland mapping
J. Appl. Remote Sensing 29 Jan 2014

Beach litter abundance and distribution across Monterey Bay Marine Pollution Bulletin 15 Jun 2013

Satellite Irrigation Management IEEE J Sel Top Appl Earth Obs Remote Sens 11 Dec 2012

Get in touch

Carolyn is always available for side collaborations in research or writing endeavors. If you want to chat about storytelling, marine or environmental research, films, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.


NASA Honor Award (Group Achievement) 2016

Outstanding Partnership in Water Management in California Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer, Far-West Region