Associate Investigator and Climate Deputy Theme Leader

University of New South Wales

Zoë is an ARC DECRA Fellow based at the University of New South Wales, Australia. She has broad research interests in past, present, and future climate. Her work involves finding abrupt changes or ‘tipping points’ in the Earth System by looking for generic indicators that can precede tipping points. The ability to detect these indicators has clear implications for the interpretation of palaeoenvironmental datasets, as well as future projections of climate. Zoë is also particularly interested in determining the timing, teleconnections, and impacts of past atmospheric circulation change. Zoë is also part of the team at the Chronos 14Carbon-Cycling Facility at UNSW.

An essential item in Zoe’s toolkit:

“Duct tape and a penknife can solve most problems in the field!”


CHRONOS 14Carbon-Cycle Facility

Intrepid Science
The Earth’s Past Future Project