The vertical transport of surface water and carbon into ocean's interior, known as subduction, is one of the main mechanisms through which the ocean influences Earth's climate.
Speaker: Dr Chris Horvat (Harvard)
Earth's sea ice cover is made up of a myriad number of distinct pieces, known as floes, with sizes that range over many orders of magnitude.
Speaker: Dr. Ali Mashayek (MIT)
It has been an open question whether turbulent vertical mixing across density surfaces is sufficiently large to play a dominant role in closing the deep branch of the ocean meri
Speaker: Mr. Pearse Buchanan (CSIRO-UTAS)
Spatial variations in nutrient uptake, remineralisation and elemental ratios in a global ocean model and their role for marine biogeochemical cycles
Speaker: Dr. Casimir de Lavergne (UNSW)
Antarctic Bottom Water is the most voluminous water mass of the World Ocean, and it feeds the deepest and slowest component of ocean circulation.