Honors and Awards
- 2016 - Excellence in Teaching Award, Western Washington University
- 2006 - Link Foundation Fellowship for Ocean Engineering and Instrumentation
- 2003 - Dean A McManus Excellence in Teaching Award
- 2002 - Achievement Reward for College Scientists (ARCS) fellowship
|2009||Ph.D., University of Washington ‐ Department of Chemical Oceanography|
|2002||Additional Chemistry Coursework, California Polytechnic State University ‐ Department of Chemistry|
|1997||B.S., Stanford University ‐ Department of Engineering Geology|
Environmental Sciences, ES 435
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Microzooplankton grazing responds to simulated ocean acidification indirectly through changes ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2018)
Microzooplankton (MZP) grazing is a factor that regulates oceanic primary production and is a controlling mechanism for marine biogeochemical cycling. ...
Moderate Increase in TCO2 Enhances Photosynthesis of Seagrass Zostera japonica ...
Frontiers in Marine Science (2017)
Photosynthesis and respiration are vital biological processes that shape the diurnal variability of carbonate chemistry in nearshore waters, presumably ameliorating ...
Ocean acidification effects on haploid and diploid Emiliania huxleyi strains ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2017)
The effects of ocean acidification (OA) on Emiliania huxleyi non-calcifying haploid strain CCMP 374 (s374) and calcifying diploid strain CCMP 2668 (s2668) ...