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Department of Geography
UC Santa Barbara
Department of Geography

UC Santa Barbara Geography / People / Faculty

Geography Faculty

Research Area: Ocean Processes

Ocean Processes
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences PhD: University of California, Irvine (Earth System Science) 2010
Interactions between chemical, biological, and physical processes in the marine carbon cycle, and in feedbacks between these processes and the Earth's climate
campus location:
Office: 6815
Telephone: (805)893-
Fax: (805)893-2578
Ocean Processes
PhD, Princeton University (Geophysical Fluid Dynamics), 1977
Atmosphere-ocean interactions and upper ocean mixing, turbulence and internal waves, bio-optics, biogeochemistry, and biological-physical interactions
campus location:
Office: 1629 Ellison Hall
Telephone: (805)252-0033
Fax: (805)967-5704
Biogeosciences, Ocean Processes, Remote Sensing
PhD, University of Southern California (Geological Sciences with specialty in Ocean Physics), 1988
Interdisciplinary oceanography investigating physical, biological, optical and biogeochemical couplings on micro to ocean basin scales. Specifically, satellite ocean color remote sensing and optical oceanography, scale interaction in ecological and population systems, role of radiative exchange in air-sea interactions, and data information systems
campus location:
Office: 5844 / 6844 Ellison Hall
Telephone: (805)893-4547
Fax: (805)893-2578
Ocean Processes
PhD, University of California, San Diego (Engineering Sciences and Fluid Mechanics), 1982
Coastal circulation, mesoscale processes, air-sea interaction, and interdisciplinary oceanography
campus location:
Office: 5818 ELLSN / 4306 MSRB
Telephone: (805)893-7367
Fax: 805-893-2578
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