About this person

I studied atmospheric and oceanic physics at the University of Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) in Paris, France, and took part in the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Climate-Kic programme to complete my Master degree. Thanks to this fundings, I wrote my Master thesis at Uni Research Climate, in Bergen, on the variability and trend of the ocean carbon fluxes in the high latitudes during the 21st century. This study raised up my insterest concerning the biogeochemistry and the becoming of the ocean through the ongoing climate change.

My PhD focuses on the understanding of the changes in the North Atlantic current during the last interglacial period through proxy analysis and also model's output regarding the carbon cycle.



Other publications

  • Kessler, Augustin; Tjiputra, Jerry Elucidating the mechanisms responsible for the ocean carbon budget changes between the onset (125ka) and offset (115ka) of the Eemian. 2018.
  • Tjiputra, Jerry; Kessler, Augustin Contemporary Southern Ocean CO2 Sink as a Constrain for Reducing Uncertainty of Future Ocean Carbon Sink. 2016.
  • Tjiputra, Jerry; Kessler, Augustin Contemporary Southern Ocean CO2 sink as a constrain to reduce uncertainty in future ocean carbon sinks. 2015.
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