Wade McGillis was an associate scientist in Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering. His work has dealt extensively with fluxes between the ocean and atmosphere, especially for carbon dioxide, a compound heavily implicated in the suspected causes of global warming. The nature of his work requires that he have strong interdisciplinary ties.
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