I am an ARC DECRA Research Fellow based at the University of New South Wales, Australia. I have broad research interests in palaeoclimate and contemporary/future climates. My current work involves the understanding of tipping points and positive feedbacks within the Earth System, and determining the timing, teleconnections, and impacts of past atmospheric circulation change.
PhD, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, Sep 2010 - Aug 2014
BA (Hons.), University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Sep 2007 - Jun 2010
Environmental Change - GEOS3761
Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA): $426,715. Project title: Investigating the synchroneity of global atmospheric shifts in the Holocene.
Palaeoclimate, abrupt climate change, tipping points, westerly winds, radiocarbon