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Clare Eayrs, Research Scientist
PhD 2008 (Environmental Sciences), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
MSc 2001 (Environmental Coastal Engineering), University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
BSc 1999 (Environmental Sciences), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Clare has an extensive and varied background in the numerical modelling of hydrodynamic, morphological, biogeochemical and ecosystem processes within coastal and shelf sea regions for a wide variety of applications. At NYUAD, Clare is interested in modelling sea ice in Antarctica. Working with other members of the Center for Sea Level Change, Clare is actively involved in the development of a regional coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Sea Ice-Ice Sheets model system and will focus on coupling the sea ice component with the other components.
Research areas: coupled physical/biogeochemical modelling and climate impacts on marine ecosytems.