I am a PhD student in the School of Earth and Environment researching the climate of the Pliocene epoch (~3 million years ago) and its relevance to future climate change and the 1.5°C warmer world.
I graduated from the University of Oxford with BA Geography in 2019 before studying MSc Climate Change at the University of East Anglia. For my MSc thesis I used a simple climate model to investigate the climatic effects of volcanic eruptions over the last millennium.
Alongside my PhD, I am also a Communications and Engagement Intern at the Priestley International Centre for Climate. As part of my internship, I produced the ‘Ask A Climate Researcher’ series and continue to run climate engagement events at the University.
My research considers the climate of the Pliocene epoch and what we can learn about the long-term effects of CO2 at ~400 ppmv with reference to future climate change and the 1.5°C warmer world.
- MSc Climate Change, University of East Anglia
- BA Geography, University of Oxford
Research groups and institutes
- Earth Surface Science Institute
- Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science