Oceans in Climate Change

The oceans are a major sink of heat and carbon, able to delay climate change. The role of ocean heat uptake remains central in quantifying both the magnitude and timescale of the local and global climate response to forcing.

One main focus of our work is address fundamental questions such as:

Laure Zanna
Laure Zanna
Professor of Mathematics & Atmosphere/Ocean Science [she/her]

My research interests include climate dynamics, ocean modeling, and machine learning.