Penelope Pickers

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Personal profile


Penelope Pickers is a Research Fellow in ENV at UEA. She has a BSc in Oceanography (University of Southampton), a MSc in Climate Change (UEA), and a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences (UEA).


Her primary research focus is on using atmospheric O2 measurements to understand carbon cycle processes, including ocean-atmosphere exchange of CO2 and anthropogenic fossil fuel emissions.


She is currently working on the DARE-UK and POLYGRAM projects.


Administrative Roles

Chair of the Researchers' Affairs Forum 2017-2020


Teaching Roles

Regular guest lecturer for 'The Carbon Cycle and Climate Change' and 'Modern Methods in Air Pollution Science' modules.


Key Research Interests and Expertise

Main research interests include the carbon cycle, climate change, and ocean biogeochemistry.

Research Group Membership

Penelope Pickers is currently working with Grant Forster (UEA) and Andrew Manning (UEA), and has previously worked with Corinne Le Quéré (UEA), Bill Sturges (UEA), Samuel Hammer (University of Heidelberg), Ingeborg Levin (University of Heidelberg), and Alexander Knohl (University of Göttingen).


She is a co-supervisor of ENV Ph.D. student Leigh Fleming.


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