SO-CHIC diary Part 1
From shore to ship I am fortunate to take part in the EU Southern Ocean Carbon and Heat Impact on Climate (SO-CHIC) research cruise in the Southern Ocean where we are currently at 65 degrees south bobbing away as a CTD reaches down to over 2000 m below the sea surface. Our reason for being…
Our observations can improve global models
A link to an article about my Marie Curie Project written by the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat.
The barriers to climate science in the global south
A link to my Climate Brief opinion piece here.
Polar Gliders gets new SeaExplorer Training
This is a re-post from the Polar Gliders team blog published on 3 July 2020 Four new Autonomous Underwater Vehicles called SeaExplorers have arrived in Gothenburg. They are buoyancy propelled gliders developed by the France based Alseamar-Alcen that yo up and down in the ocean collecting physical and biological measurements. These gliders were brought to…
News article for the Cape Times
Link to an article on the ROAM-MIZ fieldwork we did in 2018.
Unmanned ocean gliders to answer fundamental questions on climate change
A excerpt for the South African Network for Coastal and Oceanic Research (SANCOR) newsletter I wrote back in 2014.