Internal | External | Text size: T T T
MyWHOI
Search

WHOI People
WHOI

» Advanced People Search
Tools
Administrative Tools Conference Room Floor Plans Electronic Timecards FSRs Keys & Stickers Password Changer PO Query Printing/Binding Services Room Scheduler Shipping Request Travel Expense Voucher Request for Payment Virtual Stockroom WHOIgrants Portal Personal ToolsEmployee Online Forms Fabricated Equipment Form Human Resources Forms IS FormsProcurement Forms Web Tools Site Builder Need to build a personal site or one for your lab, project, or class? Contact webdev@whoi.edu.
This Week's Buttery Specials

*Some prices have changed due to the recent increase in meals tax
Monday
Chicken Tenders w/ Fries and Side Greens
SOUP: Broccoli and Cheese / Black Bean  
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Tuesday
Chili Dogs w/ Chips and Cole Slaw  
Soup: Chili / Tomato Vegetable 
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad


Wednesday
Veggie Ravioli in a Kale Pesto w/ Caesar Salad 
Soup: Italian Wedding / Grilled EggPlant
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Thursday
Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken w/ Egg Noodles and Green Beans 
Soup: Kale / Tomato Vegetable
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Friday

Grilled Swordfish w/ Rice and Veg 
Soup: Clam Chowder / Minestrone

Sandwiches, Pizza, and Salad Bar



» More about the Buttery

Scott Gallager Scott Gallager
Associate Scientist w/ Tenure
Biology

Office Phone: +1 508 289 2783
Fax: +1 508 457 2158
Phone: +1 508 289 3973
sgallager@whoi.edu

» CV
» Lab/Group Site

WHOI Mailing Address:
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd.
MS# 50
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050
Other WHOI Addresses:
Lab: Marine Research Facility 109 lab (x3973) (MS# 50)
Office: Marine Research Facility 110 Lab (MS# 50)

Education

B.A. Alfred University, 1974, Biology and Environmental Studies
M.S. Long Island University, 1977, Marine Science
Ph.D. Boston University, 1991, Biology

Research Interests

Functional morphology of locomotion and feeding in mero- and holoplankton; population ecology of bivalve larvae in the plankton; mechanisms of biomineralization in phyto- and zooplankton; developmemt of optical and acoustic tools for pelagic and habitat characterization.

Research Statement

My research focuses on the functional morphology and biophysics of locomotion and feeding in microplankton, meroplankton, holoplankton, and icthyoplankton including understanding the importance of early life history stages in recruitment success in fishes, and optimizing culture techniques of microbial communities, particularly microplankton.

Development of instrumentation for quantifying the micro-scale to meso-scale distributions and the physical environment of plankton is central to my research objectives. I am an active participant in the IOOS initiative to develop oceanographic observatories throughout the northeast and have recently been funded to install OceanCubes cabled observatories off Motobu Point, Okinawa, Japan, Oshima Island, Japan, and both sides of the Panamanian Isthmus (oceancubes.whoi.edu).

Large scale stereo benthic imaging is providing an important view of multi-scale processes from mm to 1000s of km. Habitat suitability modeling allows us to view and quantify how organisms are distributed in reference to their physical and geochemical environment. The goal is to combine information acquired at these scales into a synoptic, dynamic picture of the coastal ecosystem and the organisms that it supports.



Affiliations

Visiting Professor

Marine Biophysics

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology

www.oist.jp



back

WHOI Internal Home | WHOI External Home
Questions? Troubles? Please email webdev@whoi.edu