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Researcher: Marsland, SJ (Mr Simon Marsland)

Fields of Research

Physical oceanography
Climate change processes
Other earth sciences
Biogeography and phylogeography
Climate change science

Research Objectives

Antarctic and Southern Ocean oceanic processes
Other environmental management
Oceanic processes (excl. in the Antarctic and Southern Ocean)
Understanding climate change
Effects of climate change on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic environments (excl. social impacts)
Climate change models
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Expanding knowledge in the earth sciences
Ecosystem adaptation to climate change
Social impacts of climate change and variability

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

ACCESS-OM2 v1.0: a global ocean-sea ice model at three resolutions; Geoscientific Model Development
Adelie Land Bottom Water; 1st Climate Variability and Predictability conference
Antarctic circumpolar modes in a coupled ocean-atmosphere model; Ocean Dynamics
Antarctic coastal polynya response to climate change; Journal of Geophysical Research
Biophysical coupling in remotely-sensed wind stress, sea surface temperature, sea ice and chlorophyll concentrations in the South Indian Ocean; Deep-Sea Research Part 2 -Topical Studies in Oceanography
Configuration and spin-up of ACCESS-CM2, the new generation Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator Coupled Model; Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science
Downslope Mixing of Antarctic Bottom Water from East Antarctic Polynyas; Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR XXX) SCAR-IASC Open Science Conference
East Antarctic seasonal sea-ice and ocean stability: a model study; Antarctica and Global Change: Interactions and Impacts
East Antarctic seasonal sea-ice and ocean stability: a model study; Annals of Glaciology
Formation and export of dense shelf water from the Adélie Depression, East Antarctica; Journal of Geophysical Research
Modeling the basal melting and marine ice accretion of the Amery Ice Shelf; Journal of Geophysical Research
Modeling water mass formation in the Mertz Glacier Polynya and Adelie Depression, East Antarctica; Journal of Geophysical Research
Modelling Amery Ice-Shelf/Ocean Interaction; 2009 WAIS/FRISP Workshop (16th Annual WAIS)
Modelling marine ice accretion beneath ice shelves; 2009 ROMS/TOMS Asia-Pacific Workshop Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS)
Modelling ocean-ice interactions beneath the Mertz Glacier; 1st Climate in the Cryosphere (CLIC) conference
Ocean heat storage in response to changing ocean circulation processes; Journal of Climate
On the sensitivity of Southern Ocean sea ice to the surface freshwater flux: A model study; Journal of Geophysical Research
On the superposition of mean advective and eddy-induced transports in global ocean heat and salt budgets; Journal of Climate
Reconstructing, Monitoring, and Predicting Multidecadal-Scale Changes in the North Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation with Sea Surface Temperature; Journal of Climate
Regional High Resolution Coupled Ocean - Sea Ice Model; Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, 23-26 July 1996
Regional High-Resolution Coupled Ocean - Sea Ice Model; 3rd National AMOS Conference, 5-7 February 1996
Surface Oceanography during the BROKE-West research voyage (30-80E); 2nd Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Open Science Conference
The Antarctic Slope Front along East Antarctica, 30-80 East; American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
The Antarctic Slope Front along East Antarctica, 30-80 East; European Geophysical Union Spring Meeting
The influence of coastal polynyas on the basal melting of ice shelves; EGU General Assembly 2010
The Max-Planck-Institute global ocean/sea ice model with orthogonal curvilinear coordinates; Ocean Modelling
What causes the spread of model projections of ocean dynamic sea-level change in response to greenhouse gas forcing?; Climate Dynamics

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

Modelling Ice-Shelf/Ocean Interaction
Testing of Climate Models and Sea Level Rise Projections Using Observations of Ocean Heat Uptake