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Scott C. Doney

Scott C. Doney

Department Chair

Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry

Office Phone: +1 508 289 3776

sdoney@whoi.edu

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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

266 Woods Hole Rd.

MS# 25

Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050

Education

B.A. University of California, San Diego, 1986, Chemistry
Ph.D. MIT/WHOI Joint Program, 1991, Chemical Oceanography

Research Interests

• Marine biogeochemistry and ecosystem dynamics
• Ocean acidification
• Global carbon cycle
• Climate change
• Data analysis and numerical modeling

Research Statement

My science interests span oceanography, climate and biogeochemistry. Much of my research involves how the global carbon cycle and ocean ecology respond to natural and human-driven climate change, which may act to either damp or accelerate climate trends. A current focus is on ocean acidification due to the invasion into the ocean of carbon dioxide and other chemicals from fossil fuel burning.

I also have a new book based on hands-on modeling course we teach in the MIT/WHOI Joint Program:
Glover, D.M., W.J. Jenkins, and S.C. Doney, 2011: Modeling Methods for Marine Science, Cambridge University Press book website (ISBN-13: 9780521867832)

Publications and Citations

Weblink to papers, citations and h-index on ISI ResearcherID (F-9247-2010)
As of Oct. 19th, 2014: 251 peer reviewed papers
ISI Web of Science total citations 16,404 with h-index of 62
Google Scholar total citations 25,312 with h-index of 75

Affiliations

• Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) Scientific Steering Committee
• Sea Education Association (SEA) Trustee

Awards

• A.G. Huntsman Award for Excellence in Marine Science
• American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow
• W. Van Alan Clark Sr. Chair, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
• Aldo Leopold Leadership Program Fellow
• James B. Macelwane Medal, American Geophysical Union
• American Geophysical Union Fellow
• National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
• Urey Award, Dept. of Chemistry, University of California at San Diego

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