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Naomi M. Levine
Naomi M. Levine's photoNaomi Marcil Levine
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Earth Sciences (Fall 2013), University of Southern California

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Research Interests
My research focuses on the interactions between climate and ecosystem composition and function. By combining biological, chemical, and physical observations with ecosystem models, I aim to elucidate the underlying mechanisms responsible for biogeochemical cycling in microbial ecosystems, and to identify climate-ecosystem feedback loops. An overarching theme of my research is the impact of fine-scale processes on large-scale dynamics and how changes at the fine-scale may impact global carbon cycling.

PhD, Chemical Oceanography, October 2009, MIT-WHOI Joint Program BA, Geosciences, 2003, Princeton University

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