Mr Casimir de Lavergne

Mr Casimir de Lavergne

Fields of research: Oceanography, Climate Change Processes
Campus: Kensington

My research focuses on the role of the deep and polar oceans in climate and climate variability, with particular interests in: changes in Antarctic sea ice; Southern Ocean dense water formation; ocean turbulence and mixing; carbon and heat storage by the abyssal ocean; role of the abyssal ocean in past and present climate variations.

Education:

- PhD in physical oceanography, "On the lifecycle of Antarctic Bottom Water", UPMC, 2016

- MSc in atmospheric and oceanic sciences, McGill University,...

My research focuses on the role of the deep and polar oceans in climate and climate variability, with particular interests in: changes in Antarctic sea ice; Southern Ocean dense water formation; ocean turbulence and mixing; carbon and heat storage by the abyssal ocean; role of the abyssal ocean in past and present climate variations.

Education:

- PhD in physical oceanography, "On the lifecycle of Antarctic Bottom Water", UPMC, 2016

- MSc in atmospheric and oceanic sciences, McGill University, 2013

Location

School of Mathematics and Statistics
UNSW AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY NSW 2052
The Red Centre
Room 4111

Contact

9385 7090
9385 7123