Noam Vogt-Vincent

Noam Vogt-Vincent

Postgraduate

I am a DPhil student in the Physical Oceanography group, using high-resolution simulations to model the dispersal of coral larvae and plastic debris, and the connectivity of coral reef systems, around ocean islands in the Indian Ocean and East China Sea. I am supervised by Helen Johnson (Earth Sciences, Oxford), Lindsay Turnbull (Plant Sciences, Oxford), and Satoshi Mitarai (OIST, Japan). I also maintain an interest in palaeoceanography and have previously worked on modelling coral habitability in Japan at the Last Glacial Maximum.

Multimodel estimates of coral habitability in the East China Sea at the Last Glacial Maximum

Vogt‐Vincent, N. S., & Mitarai, S. (2020). A persistent Kuroshio in the glacial East China Sea and implications for coral paleobiogeography. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 35. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020PA003902

Vogt-Vincent, N., Lippold, J., Kaboth-Bahr, S., Blaser, P. (2020). Ice-rafted debris as a source of non-conservative behaviour for the εNd palaeotracer: insights from a simple model. Geo-Mar Lett, 40, 325–340. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00367-020-00643-x