I am a PhD student in Applied Mathematics and Physical Oceanography with a background in Engineering Science. My PhD project is jointly supervised by Prof. Paul Holland (BAS) and by Prof. John Taylor (University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics).
I am particularly interested in ice-ocean interactions and my current research focuses on improving the representation of ocean-driven melting of Antarctic ice shelves in large-scale ocean models used for global sea level change projections. More specifically, the aim of my PhD project is to develop new parameterisations of ice shelf basal melting and vertical mixing across the ice shelf-ocean boundary layer, using a combination of theoretical investigations and numerical modelling.
- 2021-present: Ph.D., Applied Mathematics / Physical Oceanography, University of Cambridge and British Antarctic Survey, UK.
- 2020-21: M.Sc., Physical Oceanography, Bangor University, UK.
- 2008-12: M.Eng., Engineering Science, University of Oxford, UK.
geophysical fluid dynamics, physical oceanography, ocean turbulence, ice-ocean interactions, marine robotics
Publications from NERC Open Research Archive
Anselin, J. ORCID record for J. Anselin, Reed, B.C., Jenkins, A., Green, J.A.M.. (2023) Ice shelf basal melt sensitivity to tide‐induced mixing based on the theory of subglacial plumes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 128. 18 pp. 10.1029/2022JC019156