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.
- 2020. Ocean biogeochemistry in the Norwegian Earth System Model version 2 (NorESM2). Geoscientific Model Development.
- 2018. Southern Ocean controls of the vertical marine δ13C gradient – a modelling study. Biogeosciences. 7205-7223.
- 2020. Trial Lecture Anne Moree: ‘Artificial enhancement of the marine organic carbon pump’.
- 2018. C-isotopes in NorESM – status of implementation.
- 2019. Last Glacial Maximum minus pre-industrial anomaly fields for use in forced ocean 15 modelling, based on PMIP3.
- 2019. Report on Python programming course for climate scientists.
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.