After completing a BSc in Oceanography at the University of Southampton in 2009, I came to UEA, Norwich to study a MSc in Climate Change. In 2012, I began a Ph.D. at UEA in atmospheric oxygen measurements, which I completed in 2016. My Ph.D. research focussed on making high precision O2 and CO2 measurements from a commercial container ship travelling continuously between Europe and South America. I then used these new measurements to look at equatorial outgassing and latitudinal gradients of O2 and CO2 over the Atlantic.

In addition, I developed a novel method for quantifying fossil fuel CO2 using the tracer atmospheric potential oxygen (APO), and verified this new method using APO data from Weybourne Atmospheric Observatory, situated on the north Norfolk coast. This work has been continued in the EU funded 'CHE' (CO2 Human Emissions) project and in an EU funded ICOS (Integrated Carbon Observing System) infrastructure project at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.


I currently work part-time at UEA on the SONATA project, making shipboard measurements of atmospheric O2 and CO2 across the Atlantic Ocean, and on the DARE-UK project, using atmospheric O2 and CO2 measurements to quantify fossil fuel CO2 from a tall tower in the UK. 


Administrative Roles

Chair of the Researchers' Affairs Forum 2017-2020


Teaching Roles

Regular guest lecturer for 'The Carbon Cycle and Climate Change' and 'Modern Methods in Air Pollution Science' modules.


Career History

Current position: Senior Research Associate at the University of East Anglia, working on SONATA and DARE-UK projects.

2018-2020: Post-doctoral Researcher at the University of Heidelberg working on fossil fuel CO2 quantification methods.

2016-2017: Senior Research Associate at the University of East Anglia, working on the EU funded 'OXYFLUX' project in association with the University of Goettingen.

2012-2016: Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia.

2011-2012: MSc in Climate Change, University of East Anglia.

2006-2009: BSc Oceanography (single honours), University of Southampton

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