My research forms part of the European Union funded project past4future and the NERC consortium iGlass. These projects investigate the climate and environment of past warm periods (interglacials) to inform on future climate and possible abrupt changes, such as sea level rise, based on a synthesis of data and modelling. Specifically, I use climate models of varying complexity (HadCM3, FAMOUS and cGENIE) to examine the sensitivity of the climate to different forcings using a standard protocol (e.g. greenhouse gas concentrations, vegetation changes). Furthermore, I look at the impact of abrupt changes caused by, for instance, increased freshwater forcing from ...
In 2005 I completed an MEarthSci at Oxford University specialising in geochemistry and geophysics. Due to always having a fascination of weather and climate I subsequently went to Reading University and undertook a Masters degree in Applied Meteorology in 2006. From 2006 until 2010 I completed a PhD in the School of Geographical Sciences, here at Bristol, on palaeoclimate modelling. I am currently still working in Geographical Sciences as a Research Assistant for the European project past4future.
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