Sue Cook is a glaciologist working at the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre in Tasmania. She earned her bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Oxford and her doctoral degree in glaciology from Swansea University. Her research focuses on the Antarctic ice sheet, and particularly the formation of large icebergs. She has appeared on ABC television discussing the effects of climate change in Antarctica, as well as writing pieces on iceberg calving for both ABC radio and The Conversation.



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