The effects of anthropogenic forcing on atmospheric processes in the Southern Hemisphere and the consequences for Antarctic Sea Ice

Student: Sarah Cross
Status:
Dissertation: The effects of anthropogenic forcing on atmospheric processes in the Southern Hemisphere and the consequences for Antarctic Sea Ice
Dissertation category: Climate change
Dissertation theme:
Short summary: Atmospheric influences in the Southern hemisphere, anthropogenic influences on these and the consequences this has for Antarctic Sea Ice.
Detailed summary: I want to focus on the Southern Annular Mode and how it affects changes in sea ice. In addition there are many external forcings that affect the SAM so I would like to look at these, looking in particular at the effect of anthropogenic climate change on these atmospheric processes.
University: Keele University
Course: Physical Geography and Geology
Partnered with: Available to partner