Sarah’s research interest sits on the intersection between ocean physics and biogeochemistry. More specifically, her research focus is on understanding how storms (wind) interact with meso to sub-mesoscale dynamics, and how this may impact upper-ocean mixing, the transport of heat and nutrients, and the modulation of the light environment where phytoplankton live. She uses a variety of numerical models, remotely sensed data and autonomous robotic platforms (gliders) to explore these research interest further.