Climate & Ocean Physics

Understanding, Modelling & Predicting

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New Awards and Fellowships

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Ocean Heat Content and Thermosteric Sea Level Update: 1870-2018

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Dan Jones interviewed me for his podcast Climate Scientists

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led by PhD student Tom Bolton

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Some links (press and radio) related to our study on quantifying ocean warming over the historical record

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Bold = Student or postdoc in the Climate & Ocean Physics Group

(2019). ENSO bimodality and extremes. GRL, 46, 4883– 4893, DOI:10.1029/2019GL082270.

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(2019). Global reconstruction of historical ocean heat storage and transport. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 116 (4) 1126-1131, 10.1073/pnas.1808838115.

PDF Project Slides PDF Supp Material Press PNAS Global OHC data Notes and links for updated dataset 1870-2018

(2019). Ocean Obs' 2019: Towards comprehensive observing and modeling systems for monitoring and predicting regional to coastal sea level. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6, 437, doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00437.

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Teaching

In Oxford, I act as Undergraduate Tutor for 1st and 3rd year Physics (Wadham College), Undergraduate Lecturer in Physics (Physics of the Oceans & Atmospheres), Graduate Lecturer in the Doctoral Training Programme (Climate Dynamics; Advanced Quantitative Tools).

Opportunities

– I will be joining New York University as faculty at the Courant Institute and the Center for Data Science in the fall 2019. I therefore won’t be accepting new PhD/DPhil or Postdoc applicants to Oxford at this time.

New opportunities for postdocs or researchers to join me at NYU/Courant: If you are interested in working on combining climate dynamics and machine learning, apply here. The topic of research is flexible. Feel free to contact me at laure.zanna@nyu.edu if you have any questions. Note that only applications submitted in full via Interfolio will be considered.

– I am also accepting possible PhD students through the NYU CAOS graduate program, and applicants for the following fellowships: James S. McDonnell, NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, NSF Earth Sciences, NOAA Climate & Global Change, NYU Courant instructors. Be in touch at laure.zanna@nyu.edu if you are thinking of applying.

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