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Dr Mark Siddall

Dr Mark Siddall

Dr Mark Siddall
MSc(BORD1), BSc, PhD(Soton)

Research Associate in Earth Sciences

Area of research

Sea level and climate

Office L126
Wills Memorial Building,
Queen's Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 331 5014

Research summary

I am an RCUK* fellow with the University of Bristol in the Department of Earth Sciences where I collaborate with many co-workers to better understand broad aspects of climate change. I work within the BRIDGE, BRISK initiatives within the Cabot institute at the University of Bristol.

I have a long term interest in trying to understand past changes in sea level and applying that knowledge to understanding future changes over the next century. As part of this interest I initiated a PAGES/IMAGES working group called PALSEA.

I am an RCUK* fellow with the University of Bristol in the Department ...

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Biography

I finished my PhD in October 2003 at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton , which is part of the University of Southampton , UK. I am a physical oceanographer with an interest in applying this approach to paleoceanography and geochemistry.

While at Southampton I worked with Eelco Rohling and David Smeed on sea level reconstructions based on a simple hydraulic basin-exchange model. This work went well and resulted in a series of technical publications as well as one applied publication for Nature.
Having moved on from Southampton my first postdoctorate position was in the Climate and Environmental Physics Group at the University ...

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Recent publications

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