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.
Ominous signs for Larsen C ice shelf
The Science Show, ABC Radio National [10 June 2017]
What do Climate Scientists get up to in Antarctica?
Beyond Zero Emissions podcast [2nd May 2016]
Tipping point: how we predict when Antarctica's melting ice sheets will flood the seas
The Conversation [14th March 2016]
What lies beneath Antarctica’s ice? Lakes, life and the grandest of canyons
The Conversation [18th July 2016]
Is meltwater speeding up disintegration of Antarctic glaciers?
ABC 7:30, Australian Broadcast Corporation [22nd February 2017]
Larsen C ice shelf sheds a trillion-tonne ice berg
The Wire [13th July 2017]