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Till Grenzdörffer. (2020). Accelerating Ocean Modelling: Adressing performance bottlenecks of the ocean modelling framework Veros, MSc project, 16p. Link to PDF.
Franka Jesse. (2020). Verification of various Island Rules using simulations in application to the Indonesian Throughflow, BSc Thesis, 30p. Link to PDF.
Denise Ruijsch. (2020). Multiple equilibria in the Eocene ocean circulation leading to the Eocene-Oligocene transition, BSc Thesis, 48p. Link to PDF.
Marie Cecilie Boysen. (2020). Godfrey’s Island Rule and the Indonesian Through Flow, BSc Thesis, 30p. Link to PDF.
Laurits S. Andreasen. (2019). Time scales of the Bipolar seesaw: The role of oceanic cross-hemisphere signals, Southern Ocean eddies and wind changes, MSc Thesis, 42p. Link to PDF.
Steffen Ole Randrup Kristensen. (2019). Extending the Veros climate simulator with biochemistry. Model design and AMOC collapse, MSc Thesis, 67p. Link to PDF.