Author Archives: Céline Heuzé

About Céline Heuzé

I am a researcher at the University of Gothenburg, southwest Sweden, looking at the global transport of heat by deep ocean currents. I am particularly interested in the North Atlantic - Arctic connection, that I study using a combination of historical in-situ observations, coupled climate models, and remote sensing. Before that and up until 2015, I was doing my PhD in England, focusing on the Southern Ocean in climate models. I'm also a keen reader, an amateur philologist, an ambitious balcony-gardener, and a stereotypical French cheese eater.

ClimateSnack Norwich blossoms

After the set up of a small pilot group and a very productive advertising campaign, the University of East Anglia in Norwich (United Kingdom) officially has a ClimateSnack writing group! Admittedly, it all started on a bit of a misunderstanding: … Continue reading

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Room with unexpected view: when coastal erosion strikes

Coastal erosion by wind and rain is a phenomenon which occurred even before humans were around to spot it. Yet with the urbanisation of the coastlines and the increased frequency of storms and cold events these last years, it feels … Continue reading

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Fun with fluids: ocean mixing and hot chocolate

As my niece just turned 8 and is incredibly curious about sciences, I thought I’d design some basic and fun experiments to introduce her to my research area and interest: oceanography! Unfortunately, fluid mechanics equations are as sexy as a … Continue reading

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