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Anne Morée

PhD Candidate , Global Biogeochemical Cycles
  • E-mailAnne.Moree@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 98 40
  • Visitor Address
    Jahnebakken 5
    5007 Bergen
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7803
    5020 BERGEN

PhD research on the role of the Southern Ocean in global biogeochemical cycling. I focus on paleoceanography (Last Glacial Maximum and Pleistocene), carbon isotope distributions, and model development and analysis (Norwegian Earth System Model NorESM / ocean biogeochemistry general circulation model HAMOCC2s / Jake Gebbie's Total Matrix Intercomparison TMI model).

I aim to publish one outreach article per scientific publication. They are available on the SciSnack website: https://www.scisnack.com/2019/04/04/whats-in-mud/ and https://www.scisnack.com/2014/07/16/urban-metabolism/.

25% of my position is teaching-related. I am the teaching assistant in the UiB course GEOF236 (Chemical Oceanography), where I teach the calculus sessions and give a one-day introduction to numerical modeling.

Academic article
  • Morée, Anne; Schwinger, Jörg; Heinze, Christoph. 2018. Southern Ocean controls of the vertical marine δ13C gradient – a modelling study. Biogeosciences. 7205-7223.
Academic lecture
  • Morée, Anne; Heinze, Christoph; Schwinger, Jörg; Tjiputra, Jerry. 2018. C-isotopes in NorESM – status of implementation.
  • Morée, Anne; Schwinger, Jörg. 2019. Last Glacial Maximum minus pre-industrial anomaly fields for use in forced ocean 15 modelling, based on PMIP3.
Website (informational material)
  • Morée, Anne; Haualand, Kristine Flacké. 2019. Report on Python programming course for climate scientists.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

See my ORCID for an updated list of my scientific publications: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0283-5947

I currently work on how the role of the Southern Ocean in global elemental cycling was different between the Last Glacial Maximum and the pre-industrial ocean. Besides that, I work on the seasonal Southern Ocean with a focus on the interaction between sea ice cover, biology and circulation impacting air-sea gas exchange of carbon.