Researcher

Dr Zoe Thomas

Biography

I currently work as a postdoctoral researcher in the palaeoclimate group at the University of New South Wales. My research involves finding abrupt changes or 'tipping points' in the Earth's climate by looking for generic indicators that can precede tipping points. The ability to detect these indicators has clear implications for the interpretation of palaeoenvironmental datasets, as well as future projections of climate.

Location

Office 4109
Biosciences South Building (E26)
UNSW, Kensington, 2052

Publications

by Dr Zoe Thomas

Videos

Drone flying over the New Zealand sub-Antarctics
New Zealand Subantarctic Islands Expedition of 2014
Drone flying over the New Zealand subantarctics
New Zealand Subantarctic Islands Expedition of 2014