Mohamed Ezat

Mohamed Ezat is a postdoctoral researcher at CAGE since July 2015. Mohamed’s research is focused on investigating the geologic record of ocean circulation-carbon cycle feedbacks in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean, with potential implications for the accuracy of future climate predications. He applies a wide range of methods including boron, carbon, oxygen isotopes, radiocarbon dating, and minor/trace elements in marine biogenic carbonates.
Mohamed has received his PhD from the Arctic University of Norway, UiT in 2015. He has been on several research stays at different institutions including Bremen University (Germany), Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University (USA) and University of Cambridge (UK). ‘

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