• Funded Research

    Linking remotely-detectable optical signals, photic layer plankton properties, and export flux.

  • Funded Research

    Synthesizing Optically and Carbon Export-Relevant Particle Size Distributions for the EXPORTS Field Campaign.

  • Funded Research

    Evaluating the Controls of Dissolved Organic Matter Accumulation, its Availability to Bacterioplankton, its Subsequent Diagenetic Alteration and Contribution to Export Flux

Links

Ocean Oberservation Initiative - Global Station Papa [oceanobservatories.org/array/global-station-papa]

  • The Global Station Papa Array is a combination of fixed platforms (moorings) with moored profilers to address the requirement to sample the full water column and mobile platforms (gliders) that provide simultaneous spatial and temporal sampling capabilities.
  • Line P Time Series Program [www.waterproperties.ca/linep]

  • Ocean Station Papa, situated at 50°N, 145°W, was operated as an ocean weather station starting in December 1949. At that time, the weatherships were occupying Station Papa, and they kept doing so until 1981. After the withdrawal of the weatherships in 1981 the Line P/Station P Program was taken over by the Institute of Ocean Sciences from Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO). A complete history of the program is available.
  • Ocean Biology & Biogeochemistry Program [cce.nasa.gov/ocean_biology_biogeochemistry]

  • The Ocean Biology & Biogeochemistry (OBB) program supports a number of Federal research objectives, e.g., the U.S. Global Change Research Program, which address aspects of Carbon Cycle and Ecosystem research from space, with a focus on understanding Earth’s aquatic environment and its role within the Earth System.
  • Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry [www.us-ocb.org]

  • Studying marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles in the face of environmental change.