Tobia Tudino
PhD student

Research

Research projects

Project Title:  Uptake and storage of anthropogenic carbon in the North Atlantic

Supervisors: Dr. Marie-Jose Messias, Dr. Ute Schuster and Dr. Andrew Watson

Funding Body: University of Exeter

Project Description:  

Most of the main results relevant to climate change studies have been based on values of anthropogenic carbon dioxide determined in the ocean. This has been derived through a variety of methods (TTD, ΔC*, ΦCTO, TrOCA) that are affected by bias and a reference lack. As a result, the main aim of my research is the comparison among all of these methods and with the global circulation models (MITgcm, MPI-ESM, MEDUSA-2.0) in order to identify the most reliable. This is an essential step to increase the validity of future analyses and build a reliable database for future models.

Publications/Presentations:

Tudino T., Bortoluzzi G., Aliani S., Shallow water gaseohydrothermal plume studies after massive eruption at Panarea, Aeolian Islands, Italy, Journal of Marine Systems, 131, 1-9, 2014. Doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2013.10.001

Talk: Shallow water gaseohydrothermal plume studies after massive eruption at Panarea, Aeolian Islands, Italy.
Location: Student conference in complexity science, Brighton, 20/08/2014.

Poster: Cant estimates in the North Atlantic using MEDUSA-2.0 output.
Location: department of applied mathematics and theoretical physics, Cambridge, 01-05/09/2014; Challenger conference, Plymouth, 10-11/09/2014.

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