Miss Megan A. Stamper

Career

  • 2013-date: PhD student, University of Cambridge
  • 2012-2013: Part III Mathematics, University of Cambridge
  • 2008-2012: B.Sc Mathematics, University of Glasgow

Research

Megan is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics' Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics group. Her current research interests include study of submesoscale ocean dynamics and investigation of their role in the global climate system.

Publications

  • The transition from symmetric to baroclinic instability in the Eady model. M. Stamper, and J. R. Taylor. Ocean Dynamics, 67.1 (2017): 65-80.
  • Frontal circulation and submesoscale variability during the formation of a Southern Ocean mesoscale eddy. K. A. Adams, P. Hosegood, J. R. Taylor, J. B. Sallée, S. Bachman, R. Torres and M. Stamper. Journal of Physical Oceaography, 47.7 (2017): 1737-1753