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Mark Brandon

  • PhD
  • Professor of Polar Oceanography
  • Open University
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Research interests

ice ocean interactionsea iceCryosphere

About

I am a polar oceanographer interested in the interaction of the ocean with the cryosphere.

Co-authors (117)

  • onlinegktoday.blogspot.com www.worldnewspaperlink.com
  • Gisap project

Publications (5)

  • Multiple melt plumes observed at the Breiðamerkurjökull ice face in the upper waters of Jökulsárlón lagoon, Iceland

    • Brandon M
    • Hodgkins R
    • Björnsson H
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  • Multiple melt plumes observed at the Breiðamerkurjökull ice face in the upper waters of Jökulsárlón lagoon, Iceland

    • Brandon M
    • Hodgkins R
    • Björnsson H
    • et al.
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  • Oceanography and sea ice in the Southern Ocean

    • Meredith M
    • Brandon M
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  • Sea Ice, Ice Drift, and Oceanic Circulation

    • Thomas D
    • Cottier F
    • Brandon M
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  • The Frozen Planet

    • Brandon M
    • Robinson D
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Professional experience

Professor of Polar Oceanography

The Open University

July 2018 - Present

Reader of Polar Oceanography

The Open University

October 2013 - Present

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science

The Open University

November 2005 - October 2013(8 years)

Lecturer in Environmental Science

The Open University

April 2000 - October 2005(6 years)

Senior Scientific Officer

British Antarctic Survey

August 1998 - March 2000(2 years)

Higher Scientific Officer

British Antarctic Survey

April 1995 - July 1998(3 years)

Education

PhD

University of Cambridge

January 1992 - March 1995(3 years)

BSc (Hons) Physics

University of Surrey

October 1985 - June 1989(4 years)