Paleoceanography, Oceanography, Climate modeling
Last Glacial Maximum, ocean circulation, iron cycle, climate, biogeochemistry
Modelling the ocean circulation and carbon cycle during the Last Glacial Maximum (~21 kyears before present)
Licentiate in Physics, National University of La Plata, Argentina (2011)
Since 2012: PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant in the College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State Univesity.
Research supervisor: Dr. Andreas Schmittner
Research topic: Ocean circulation and carbon cycle during the Last Glacial Maximum
2011-2012: Research assistant in Institute of Liquid Physics and Biological Systems (IFLYSIB), La Plata, Argentina.
Research supervisor: Dr. Ezequiel V. Albano
Researcht topic: Statistical Physics
2008-2012: Physics teaching assistant at the National Univeristy of La Plata, Argentina.
Topics taught: General physics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics.
From Southern Argentina (coastal Patagonian region), likes to do sea kayaking, going to the beach, hiking, wild life seeing and reading.
Speaks english and spanish
Muglia, J., and A. Schmittner (2015), Glacial Atlantic overturning increased by wind stress in climate models, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 9862–9868, doi:10.1002/2015GL064583.
Muglia, J. and Albano, E. (2012), Dynamical and stationary critical behavior of the Ising ferromagnet in a thermal gradient, Eur. Phyis. J. B, V 85(8), 258, doi:10.1140/epjb/e2012-30051-1