The Climate and Fluid Physics group carries out research on fluid flow problems relevant to Earth, using both numerical modelling and laboratory experiments in the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (GFD) laboratory.
We are interested in problems ranging from ocean circulation to ice melting, from convection to waves and turbulence and from lava flows to climate dynamics.
Climate and Fluid Physics is a node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes. You can find us in the Jaeger 7 Building.
Research support officers
|Climate & Fluid Physics||Potential|
|Energy transfers in the ocean internal wave field||Potential|
|Melting of Ice Sheets||Current|
|Ocean internal waves and turbulence||Current|
|Regional Hydrologic Studies||Potential|
|Southern Ocean Circulation||Current|
|The Climatic Influence of Eddies in the Southern Ocean||Potential|
|Thermal-quasi geostrophic modelling||Potential|