CV

Education

  • 2019-2023: DPhil (Environmental Research), Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford
  • 2015-2019: MEarthSci Earth Sciences, St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford (First Class)

Peer-reviewed publications

  1. April J Burt, Noam S Vogt-Vincent, Helen Johnson, Ashley Sendell-Price, Steve Kelly, Sonya M Clegg, Catherine Head, Nancy Bunbury, Frauke Fleischer-Dogley, Marie-May Jeremie, Nasreen Khan, Richard Baxter, Gilberte Gendron, Christophe Mason-Parker, Rowana Walton, Lindsay A Turnbull. Integration of population genetics with oceanographic models reveals strong connectivity among coral reefs across Seychelles. Scientific Reports (2024) [Link]
  2. Vogt-Vincent N, Mitarai S, Johnson HL. High-frequency variability dominates potential connectivity between remote coral reefs. Limnology & Oceanography, (2023) [Link]
  3. Auer G, Bialik OM, Antoulas ME, Vogt-Vincent N, Piller WE. Biotic response of plankton communities to Middle to Late Miocene monsoon wind and nutrient flux changes in the Oman margin upwelling zone. Climate of the Past 19, 11 (2023) [Link]
  4. Morten J, Buchanan P, Egevang C, Glissenaar I, Maxwell S, Parr N, Screen J, Vigfusdottir F, Vogt-Vincent N, Williams D, Williams N, Witt M, Thurston W, Hawkes L. Global Warming and Arctic Terns: estimating Climate Change Impacts on the World’s Longest Migration. Global Change Biology 29, 19 (2023) [Link]
  5. VogtVincent N and Johnson HL. Multidecadal and climatological surface current simulations for the southwestern Indian Ocean at 1∕50° resolution. Geoscientific Model Development 16, 1163-2023 (2023) [Link]
  6. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt AJ, Kaplan D, Mitarai S, Turnbull LA, Johnson HL. Sources of marine debris for Seychelles and other remote islands in the western Indian ocean. Marine Pollution Bulletin 187 (2023) [Link]
  7. Bialik OM, Sisma-Ventura G, Vogt-Vincent N, Silverman J, Katz T. Role of oceanic abiotic carbonate precipitation in future atmospheric CO2 regulation. Scientific Reports 12 (2022) [Link]
  8. Mitchell, D.M. et al. (the Bristol CMIP6 Data Hackathon Participants) The Bristol CMIP6 Data Hackathon. Weather (2022) [Link]
  9. Vogt-Vincent N and Mitarai S. A persistent Kuroshio in the glacial East China Sea and implications for coral paleobiogeography. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 35, 7 (2020) [Link]
  10. Vogt-Vincent N, Lippold J, Kaboth-Bahr S, Blaser P. Ice-rafted debris as a source of non-conservative behaviour for the εNd palaeotracer: insights from a simple model. Geo-Mar Lett 40, 325-340 (2020) [Link]

Other publications

  1. Vogt-Vincent N. Marine dispersal in the western Indian Ocean. DPhil thesis, University of Oxford (2023). [Link]
  2. Vogt-Vincent N and Burt A. The Seychelles are becoming overwhelmed by marine plastic – we now know where it comes from. The Conversation (2023) [Link]

Preprints

  1. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt AJ, van der Ven RM, Johnson HL. Coral reef potential connectivity in the southwest Indian Ocean. (in revision, Coral Reefs) [Link]

Datasets

  1. Vogt-Vincent N and Johnson H. Coral larval dispersal simulations for the southwestern Indian Ocean. BODC (2022). NERC British Oceanographic Data Centre (2023) [Link]
  2. Vogt-Vincent N and Johnson H. WINDS-M: A 1/50° multidecadal regional simulation of the Southwestern Indian Ocean with high frequency surface currents for Lagrangian applications (realistic forcing, 1993-2020). NERC British Oceanographic Data Centre (2022) [Link]
  3. Vogt-Vincent N and Johnson H. WINDS-C: A 1/50° decadal regional simulation of the Southwestern Indian Ocean with high frequency surface currents for Lagrangian applications (climatological forcing based on 1993-2018). NERC British Oceanographic Data Centre (2022) [Link]
  4. Vogt-Vincent N and Johnson H. Trajectories for marine debris accumulating at Seychelles and other remote islands in the western Indian Ocean. NERC British Oceanographic Data Centre (2022) [Link]

Conferences and Talks

  1. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt A, McManus L, Mitarai S, Turnbull L, Johnson H. How well connected are coral reefs in the southwest Indian Ocean? Challenger Society Ocean Modelling Group Meeting (2023).
  2. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt A, Mitarai S, Turnbull L, Johnson H. Coral reef potential connectivity in the southwest Indian Ocean: network structure and variability. Poster at ESA 2023.
  3. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt A, Kaplan D, Mitarai S, Turnbull L, Johnson H. Sources of marine debris for Seychelles and other remote islands in the western Indian Ocean. Poster at EGU 2023. https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu23-2333
  4. Vogt-Vincent N, Burt A, Turnbull L, Mitarai S, and Johnson H. Coral reef connectivity across the southwestern Indian Ocean. Reef Conservation UK (2022)
  5. Vogt-Vincent N and Mitarai, S. The Kuroshio Current at the Last Glacial Maximum and implications for coral palaeobiogeography. EGU (2022) [Link]
  6. Vogt-Vincent N. Aldabra’s coral as a source for regional coral recovery. Aldabra 50th Anniversary Symposium at the Royal Society (2022) [Link]
  7. Vogt-Vincent N., Johnson, H. and Burt, A. Predicting reef connectivity across the Southwestern Indian Ocean using a high-resolution multidecadal simulation. International Indian Ocean Science Conference (2022)
  8. Vogt-Vincent N. Modelling reef connectivity in Seychelles and SW Indian Ocean Presentation. Challenger Society Ocean Modelling Group Meeting (2021)
  9. Vogt-Vincent N, Johnson HL, and Burt A. Modelling reef connectivity in the SW Indian Ocean. EGU (2021) [Link]
  10. Vogt-Vincent N. Modelling reef connectivity in Seychelles and SW Indian Ocean Presentation. Seychelles Ocean Science Symposium (2020)
  11. Vogt-Vincent N, Blaser P, Kaboth-Bahr S, Lippold J. Could ice-rafted debris disrupt the neodymium palaeocirculation tracer? Insights from a 1D model. Challenger Society Ocean Modelling Group Meeting (2018)

Grants and Fellowships

  1. NOAA Climate & Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship – $177,300 (2023)
  2. British Council and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Summer Fellowship – ¥534,000 (2022)
  3. Graduate Development Scholarship, St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford – £13,063 (2020)
  4. Natural Environment Research Council Doctoral Studentship – £102,510 (2019)

Awards and Funding

  1. ARCHER2 Supercomputer Data Visualisation Competition – Best Video (2022)
  2. Shell Prize for the Best Overall Performance in the Final Honours School in Earth Sciences (Part B), University of Oxford (2019)
  3. Laidlaw Independent Research Scholarship hosted at Heidelberg University – £6,000 (2018)
  4. Burdett-Coutts Prize for the Best Overall Performance in the Final Honours School in Earth Sciences (Part A), University of Oxford (2018)
  5. BP Prize for the Best Overall Performance Earth Sciences in the Second Year, University of Oxford (2017)
  6. International Seismological Centre Prize for the Best Performance in First-Year Mathematics and Physics for Earth Sciences, University of Oxford (2016)

Teaching

Qualifications

  • Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy – Oxford Advancing Teaching and Learning Programme (2021-2022)

Experience

  • 2019-2023: Postgraduate Tutor in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford. Tutored undergraduates in Maths for Earth Sciences, Climate, Scientific Writing, Introduction to Numerical Modelling, and Physical Oceanography.

Professional Service

Peer-review

  • Reviewed for Marine Ecology Progress Series

Other

  • Lead organiser for the 2021 Wessex Congress for NERC doctoral training programmes in the southern UK

Outreach

  • Organised a family-oriented activity on marine pollution for Super Science Saturday at the Oxford Museum of Natural History, Lost at sea: how currents and waves connect our global ocean (2023)
  • Art-Science collaboration on marine connectivity for COP26 at the Oxford Museum of Natural History and Le6b, Paris (2021) [Link]
  • Organised an 80-attendee panel webinar on managing the high seas for the Environmental Research DTP, University of Oxford (2020) [Link]

Other Qualifications and Skills

Cruises

  • KM22-11C to Higashi-Aogashima Knoll Caldera – RV Kaimei, JAMSTEC (2022)

Technical

  • Proficient in Python (including high-performance computing and analysis libraries, e.g. xarray, dask, numba, and scipy) and Matlab, basic experience with Fortran and R
  • Proficient working with HPCs in UNIX environments
  • Proficiency with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, LaTeX, QGIS, and Git
  • Experienced with OceanParcels and Coastal and Regional Ocean Community Model (CROCO)

Languages

  • English (native)
  • German (working proficiency)
  • Japanese (intermediate)
  • French (basic)

Other

  • First Aid & Remote Emergency Care training (2023)
  • PADI AOWD