I am a physical oceanographer at the University of Southamton, England. I study ocean circulation and physics from small scales (centimeter) to large (thousands of kilometers). I primarily use real-world measurements - from ships, satellites, seagliders and moorings - and occasionally numerical simulations, to investigate the oceans.
I teach courses for undergraduate and masters level students, including on ocean circulation and on data analysis methods for oceanographers. Sometimes we use a rotating tank to simulate the effect of the Earths rotation on the oceans.
Students, PhD projects and postdoc opportunities
28 June 2017
The DynOPO project and successful missions of Autosub Long Range got a bit of coverage in the news today, with articles in the BBC, the Guardian, and press releases on the University of Southampton webpage and the NERC website. Read More ›