Finlo Cottier

Professor

  • Physical Oceanographer, SAMS
  • United Kingdom

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19992020

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My research relates principally to processes occuring in arctic waters.  This is focused on the coastal and fjordic waters and is predominantly cross-disciplinary.  The major work in physical oceanography relates to the exchange of waters between the coastal currents, shelf and fjords on seasonal to decadal scales.  There has recently been a resurgence in arctic fjordic oceanography in relation to the impact of warm ocean waters on glacier stability.  I'm working with a number of UK glaciological teams to understand these interactions.  My research also has a strand relating to the vertical motion of zooplankton in relation to physical forcing.  This is uses acoustics techniques and draws on a pan-arctic network of moorings to understand the underlying behaviours that can enhance the vertical flux of carbon.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge

Award Date: 1 Jan 1999

Bachelor of Science, University of Manchester

Award Date: 1 Jan 1995

External positions

Adjunct Professor in Oceanography, The Arctic University of Norway

1 May 2015 → …

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