Southern Ocean Science
Current Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
* = Number of times student has been to Antarctica on a field expedition.
|Imogen Browne, Ph.D.||The effect of the westerlies on Southern Ocean climate at geologic time scales.|
|Jessica Caggiano, Ph.D.||Understanding turbulence in the Southern Ocean using satellite altimetry.|
|Michelle Guitard, Ph.D.||Timing and characterization of siliceous muds and oozes from East Antarctica.||* *|
|Theresa King, Ph.D.||Carbon cycling in highly productive areas of the Southern Ocean.||*|
|Jordan Meyer, Ph.D.||Understanding the connection between the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and deep currents in the Southern Ocean.|
|Matthias Sieber (Postdoc)||Trace metal isotope cycling in the Southern Ocean and North Pacific.||* *|
|Brent Summers, M.S.||Fe supply from margins and cycling in the South Atlantic Ocean.|
|Kara Vadman, M.S.||Paleothermometry and paleoceanography from foraminiferal calcite in sediment cores.||* *|
|Ryan Venturelli, Ph.D.||Cold-water paleothermometry using clumped isotope records from Antarctic calcifying organisms.||* *|
|Yang Zhang, Ph.D.||Understanding climate-related changes in eddy kinetic energy of the Southern Ocean.|
Former Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
|Michael Kosempa, Ph.D.||Sub-surface geostrophic currents of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.|
|Jessica Makowski, M.S.||Understanding the transport variability in the Southern Ocean and its role in global
circulation, using satellite gravimetry, altimetry, and various general circulation models.
|Catherine Smith, M.S.||Palynology of sediment cores from the Totten Glacier outlet in Prydz Bay
Glacial History of the Gerlache Strait.
|Cristina Subt, Ph.D.||Refining geochronology of sediment cores of the Last Glacial Maximum.||* *|