2019- PhD in Antarctic Studies (British Antarctic Survey/ University of Cambridge
2015-2019 MMath and BA Hons (Natural Sciences) (British Antarctic Survey/ University of Cambridge
Jonathan is currently interested in the application of novel machine learning and causal inference techniques to solve climate critical problems. The main focus of his research is applying these techniques to Southern Ocean dynamics and circulation and their impact on the global climate system. He will be analysing the causal network structures derived from a variety of CMIP6 models and then comparing these to see how different models behave.
Graham, J. A., Rosser, J. P., O’Dea, E., & Hewitt, H. T. ( 2018). Resolving shelf break exchange around the European northwest shelf. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 12,386– 12,395. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL079399