I am a physical oceanographer working at NIWA – New Zealand’s Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research. I primarily work with field data, most of which has been collected in the Antarctic. I work on a range of ice-ocean processes relating to both sea ice and ice shelf regimes. Currently I am focussed on the creation, evolution and fate of supercooled water along with roughness at the ice-ocean interface and its implications for mixing in the ocean boundary layer.
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