I am currently working on applying an inverse model to the problem of diagnosing circulation and mixing in the subpolar North Atlantic, My work contributes to the Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP). My PhD research was on...
Physical oceanographer using observations to study Southern Ocean circulation and dynamics.  
Ismael Falcon-Suarez is geologist, PhD in Civil Engineering, MSc in Water Engineering. Ismael has been working in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) since 2010. His career in CCS started at the University...
Member of the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group (OTEG). I work mainly as a system engineer for the PAP observatory (http://noc.ac.uk/pap). I also provide support to the MYRTLE/RAPID project (http://www.bodc.ac.uk/projects/uk/rapid/...
Larval dispersal, Speciation processes, Intracellular symbiosis, Microbial ecology, Systems biology, Computational biology

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