|Zhaohui 'Aleck' Wang|
Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
Work: 508 289 3676
Fax: +1 508 457 2183
Building: McLean 203
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
- Inorganic carbon (carbonate) biogeochemistry; carbon cycling; air-sea CO2 exchange.
- Chemical sensor developments for in-situ measurements of the CO2 system (pH, pCO2/fCO2, total dissolved inorganic carbon, and total alkalinity), nutrients, and trace metals in natural water.
- Riverine carbonate system.
- Ocean Acidification.
- Coastal carbon cycle.
- Nutrient biogeochemistry.
- Chemical oceanography and marine biogeochemistry.
- Ph.D., 2003, Marine Science, University of Georgia
- M.Sc., 1998, Chemical Oceanography, University of New Hampshire
- M.P.H. 2009, Biostatistics, University of South Florida
Opportunities in my lab
If you are a prospective graduate student, intern, or postdoc, you are welcome to contact me to discuss opportunities in my lab. I’m an observational scientist, and my research will involve research cruises and field campaigns, as well as lab analysis and instrument development. For a lot of people, working on a research ship in the ocean or near a river/lake in remote area may seem to be exciting, but some may find it is not that romantic. If you love nature and science, my research may be interesting to you. I’m always open for discussion.