Dr Rob Hall
After an undergraduate degree in Oceanography at the University of Southampton, I completed my PhD in Physical Oceanography at Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory (now National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool) and the University of Liverpool, under the supervision of Profs John Huthnance and Ric Williams. I then spent three years as a postdoctoral receach associate at the University of Hawaii working with Dr Glenn Carter before being appointed Lecturer in Shelf Sea Oceanography at the University of East Anglia. My research is on shelf sea and shelf edge fluid dynamics, diagnosed from observations and numerical model simulations. I have a specific interest in internal waves and internal tides, their interactions with complex topography such as submarine canyons, and their effect on turbulent mixing, biogeochemical fluxes, and primary productivity. My other research interests include tidal bores, wave and tidal energy, and the effect of ocean circulation on fisheries. I have been a member of the Challenger Society since my PhD studies.
The world’s foremost conference on marine electromagnetics incorporating an exhibition and poster session.
AMBIO VIII registration and abstract submission open!
The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) are pleased to invite you to Oban for the Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry (AMBIO) VIII Conference 6 - 8th Sept 2017. The conference will present state-of-the-art research and technology in UK marine biogeochemistry.
Vacancy: Regius Professorship of Ocean Sciences
The University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, are on the search to fill one of the most prestigious roles in academia, a Regius Professorship.