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No longer at LDEO: 
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Ocean and Climate Physics
202C Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
United States
(845) 365-8157


Fields of interest: 
physical oceanography, deep ocean mixing, mesoscale eddies

During my postdoctoral position at LDEO, I will be studying the relative importance of the energy sources that drive turbulence and the upwelling of deep waters in the South Atlantic. I will be focusing on the roles of the mean flow and of the tides in a zonal fracture zone canyon on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. I will be working with Andreas Thurnherr in the context of the DoMORE (Dynamics on Mid-Ocean Ridge flank Experiment) project.

I obtained my PhD in Southampton, UK where I worked with Eleanor Frajka-Williams. During my PhD I studied the generation of internal waves by decaying eddies at the western boundary of the North Atlantic, as well as the effects of eddies on the meridional overturning circulation measured at 26N.

Selected Publications:

Turbulent Mixing in a Deep Fracture Zone on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Clément, L.; Thurnherr, A. M.; St Laurent, L. C. Journal of Physical Oceanography (2017)
Generation of Internal Waves by Eddies Impinging on the Western Boundary of the North Atlantic Clément, L.; Frajka-Williams, E.; Sheen, K. L.; Brearley, J. A.; Naveira Garabato, A. C. Journal of Physical Oceanography Volume: 46 p.: 1067-1079 (2016)
Vertical structure of eddies and Rossby waves, and their effect on the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 26.5°N Clément, L.; Frajka-Williams, E.; Szuts, Z. B.; Cunningham, S. A. Journal of Geophysical Research Volume: 119 p.: 6479--6498 (2014)