Dr Oliver Andrews
Lecturer in BiogeochemistrySchool of Geographical Sciences
My research focuses on the impact of present and future climate change on physical and biogeochemical processes in the ocean. My work combines numerical models and 'real world' observations to better understand the drivers of changes in ocean properties. I have a particular interest in the ocean's oxygen and carbon inventories and how they have changed over the recent past, with major implications for marine ecosystems.
I am also involved in research which uses climate models to better understand the impacts of climate change on population health via changes in heat injury risk.
Environmental Research Letters
The impacts of ocean acidification on marine trace gases and the implications for atmospheric chemistry and climate
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Earth System Science Data
Global Peak in Atmospheric Radiocarbon Provides a Potential Definition for the Onset of the Anthropocene Epoch in 1965