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Monday
Buffalo Chicken Tenders w/ Fries and Side Greens
SOUP: Chicken Tortellini 
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Tuesday
Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken w/ Egg Noodles and Summer Squash
Soup: Chicken and Rice
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Wednesday
Cheese Tortellini and Veg in Alfredo Sauce w/ Ceasar Salad
Soup: Tomato
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Thursday
Meat Loaf w/ Mashed Potato and Green Beans
Soup: Corn Chowder 
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Friday
Baked Salmon w/ Rice and Vegetable
Soup: Clam Chowder
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Sarah Cooley Sarah Cooley
Research Associate III
Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
Ocean Acidification Scientist, Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program

Office Phone: +1 508 289 3859
scooley@whoi.edu

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WHOI Mailing Address:
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd.
MS# 25
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050

Education

Ph.D., 2006, University of Georgia School of Marine Programs
B.S., 1999, Haverford College

Research Interests

  • Computational and observational inorganic carbon chemistry
  • Socioeconomic impacts of changing ocean biogeochemistry
  • Applications of numerical models
  • Scientific communication
  • Carbon policy


Research Statement

My research uses oceanographic and social science data to forecast the total consequences of human-driven changes in the marine inorganic carbon cycle. Anthropogenic changes like ocean acidification will affect not only the marine environment but also the benefits, like economic revenue and protein supply, that marine ecosystems provide to human communities. Recently, I have assessed how ocean acidification could alter protein supply and economic revenue using ocean models and fisheries datasets. This research increasingly incorporates ecology, sociology, economics, resource management, risk assessment, and decision making under uncertainty.

Affiliations

AGU
ASLO
AAAS

Awards

Kavli Fellow 2010
Nominee, Best Article Prize for 5th Anniversary of Environmental Research Letters (Cooley and Doney 2009, ERL)

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