Current ProjectsProduction and Fate of Oxylipins in Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula: Linkages Between UV Radiation, Lipid Peroxidation, and Carbon Cycling
Redox Cycling of Phosphorus in the Western North Atlantic Ocean
Simons Collaboration on Ocean Processes and Ecology
Microscale mechanistic linkages between the chemical and physical processes that contribute to marine organic matter degradation
Tracing Aridity: Sedimentary Preservation of Scytonemin from Microbiotic Desert Soil Crusts
Dissolved Phosphorus Processing by Trichodesmium Consortia: Quantitative Partitioning, Role of Microbial Coordination, and Impact on Nitrogen Fixation
Previous ProjectsDevelopment of a low-cost PHOtosynthesis, Respiration, and Carbon balance Yielding System (PHORCYS)
Infochemical control of microbial interactions and nutrient cycling in the North Atlantic
Investigation of bacterial cell-cell signaling and community succession in biofilms: application of a novel, cultivation-independent, chromatography/mass spectrometry-based to study ship hull biofouling.
Sources and biogeochemical cycling of intact polar lipids in the upper ocean.
Quorum-sensing and the carbon cycle: identifying cell-density dependent organic carbon degradation among marine bacteria in sinking particles