Mariana Miracca Lage
My research is associated to the collaborative project TRR181 "Energy Transfers in atmosphere and ocean" (https://www.trr-energytransfers.de/).
I am currently working on ocean surface layer energetics, and I am mostly interested in small-scale turbulence and energy budgets of the surface mixed layer. I am working with observations from gliders.
|2021 – ongoing||Ph.D. student in Physical Oceanography||Universität Hamburg (UHH)/ Helmholtz-Zentrum hereon|
|2018 – 2020||M.Sc. in Physical Oceanography||Universidade de São Paulo (USP)|
|2011 – 2017||B.Sc. in Oceanography||Universidade de São Paulo (USP)|
|Feb, 2018 – Sept, 2020||Master thesis||The role played by density in meso and large scale ocean dynamics||Satellite Oceanography Lab, USP|
|Jul, 2015 – Jul, 2017||Bachelor thesis||Equatorial waves in the Atlantic ocean and their influence on phytoplankton||Satellite Oceanography Lab, USP|
|Jul, 2014 – Jul, 2015||Scientific traineeship||Geomorphological analysis of bathymetric data of Gran Canarias’ continental shelf (Canary Islands, Spain)||Sedim. in Continental Margins Lab, USP|
|May, 2013 – Aug, 2013||Scientific traineeship||Fish movements in the Strait of Georgia||Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada|
|Dec, 2011 – Dec, 2012||Scientific traineeship||Sterol characterization in the Abrolhos Bank, Brazil||Marine Organic Chemistry Lab, USP|