Having recently graduated from UCL with a first class integrated master’s degree in geophysics I am now continuing my research at UEA’s School of Environmental Sciences.
During my undergraduate degree at UCL I studied many aspects of the Earth system but in my final year I conducted an independent research project on the use of seismic ambient noise to study sea ice variability in the Arctic. I really enjoyed this field of research and am interested in continuing to investigate how seismic analysis may be used to study more aspects of the Arctic’s climate system. I am also particularly interested in how atmospheric winds are coupled to oceanic currents and how these both impact sea ice and ice sheets. With the polar regions fast changing due to the climate crisis, I feel it is more important than ever to study these complex interlinked climatological systems and how they are changing over time.