The central theme of my research is geophysical fluid dynamics with a focus on the ocean’s role in global climate. I am especially interested in dynamics of the Southern Ocean and Antarctic margins. I am employed at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania.
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In 2019, I received an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship award to study the Antarctic Slope Current. In 2021, I started working at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania.
In 2009, I began working at the Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW, Sydney, Australia as a post-doctoral researcher. In 2015, I received an Australian Research Council Discovering Early Career Researchers award to study Antarctic Bottom Water dynamics. I was promoted to Senior Lecturer at UNSW in 2016.
I completed my PhD at the School of Earth and Ocean Science, University of Victoria, BC, Canada in 2009. It focussed on numerical modelling of the ocean’s overturning circulation at different resolutions.