My research focuses on understanding the processes controlling ice flow in Antarctica, with the goal of improving computer model predictions of the continent’s contribution to future sea level rise. I have a particular interest in how ocean tides affect the ice sheet and how we can use observations of these tidal effects to gain insights into ice rheology and flow. I did a BSc and MSc in physical oceanography at Bangor University before doing a PhD at the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, which I completed in 2015.

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