Laura Cimoli

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Climate, Atmospheric Sciences, and Physical Oceanography
SchoolVc-marine Sciences
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    University of Oxford, Oxford, UKPhD2019Physical Oceanography

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    Laura Cimoli is a physical oceanographer who studies the deep ocean circulation and how it contributes to the regulation, variability, and anthropogenic change of our climate. Her work focuses on better understanding the oceanic uptake, transport, and sequestration of natural and anthropogenic tracers, such as anthropogenic carbon, oxygen, and nutrients.

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    1. Sensitivity of deep ocean mixing to local internal wave breaking and mixing efficiency. 2019; 43:14,622-14,633. . View Publication.
    2. Meanders and eddy formation by a buoyant coastal current flowing over a sloping topography. 2017; (13):905–923. View Publication.