This early career profile from the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) highlights my path to using OOI data to answer fundamental question about high latitude ocean carbon cycling, and my current NSF-funded collaboration with OOI to improve the accuracy and scientific utility of their oxygen data.


This video about the oceanographic data being collected and made publicly available through the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) features my research as an example of how scientists have been using OOI data.


This Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) short film features my work on the biological pump in the North Atlantic, along with a great overview of the important role of the oceans in the global carbon cycle and exciting work from many of my colleagues:



This article in Amherst Magazine profiles my postdoctoral research using new autonomous sensors from the Ocean Observatories Initiative to gather year-round data about the biological pump in the subpolar North Atlantic.


This climate scientist interview with me from my time as a graduate student with the Program on Climate Change at the University of Washington explains some of the scientific questions I addressed in my Ph.D. work and includes some neat video footage of the University of Washington Stable Isotope Lab.