Dr Fiona Hibbert

PhD (University of St Andrews); MSc (University of Nottingham)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow
ANU College of Science

Research interests

I am interested in the interactions between the ice-ocean-climate system during the Quaternary. My current research focuses on the contribution of former ice-sheets to global sea-level budgets using both direct evidence such as marine records of ice-rafted debris and indirect evidence as recorded in coral or sedimentary archives. Much of my work is collaborative and interdisciplinary (encompassing aspects of glaciology, climatology, oceanography and geochronology). I joined the The Australian National University in 2016. Prior to this I was based at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (UK) and obtained my PhD from the University of St Andrews (UK) in 2011.

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