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"Particle Flux, Coccolithophores, and Climate: Linking Tiny Cells to Global Climate"

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Ms. Dorinda Ostermann, WHOI, Geology and Geophysics Department
Ms. Ostermann is a research specialist in the Paleoceanography Research Group and the Arctic Group. She received her B.A. in 1978 from Pomona College, in Botany. Her research interests include micropaleontology; paleoclimatology; stable isotope mass spectrometry; deep sea mooring design, deployment and recovery, and laboratory automation. For almost 18 years she has been using sediment traps at sea to collect sinking particles in the Labrador Sea, and relating that to climate data.

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