Tobia Tudino
PhD student


Currently, I am studying the variety of methods used to determine the anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the ocean, particularly in the North Atlantic. This is a key aspect for all the analysis linked to the climate change and I am deeply interested on the latter consequence on the oceanic system.

Before coming to the university of Exeter I studied the complexity of the shallow water plumes, at the Italian Research Council, trying to define a model starting from ADCP data. At the university of Genova I analysed the human influence on the local fisheries of sardines and anchovies, suggesting some potential actions that may be increase the sustainability of the environment.

I am also interested on the direct collection of oceanographic data and I concluded my sixth cruise on board at the James Clark Ross research vessel on July 2014.

Broad research specialisms:

  • Numerical and applied physical Oceanography;
  • Fluid dynamics and complex system modeling;
  • Theoretical ecology;


MRes Marine Environmental Science, Università degli studi di Genova (Italy)
BSc Environmental Science , Università degli studi di Genova (Italy)

Contact details

AddressLaver Building
University of Exeter
North Park Road

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