Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Near-Surface Geochemistry and Geobiology

Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate

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Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate
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James Bishop. Chemical, physical, and biological controls on the cycles of carbon and related chemical species in the ocean; robotic instruments for ocean exploration.

Kristie Boering. Atmospheric chemistry and climate; field, laboratory, and modeling studies of the isotopic compositions of atmospheric trace gases; photochemical isotope effects.

Ronald Cohen. Atmospheric chemistry and its role in climate change; development of technologies for detection of atmospheric trace chemicals; in situ measurements from air and ground-based platforms.

William Collins. Global climate models; interactions of sunlight and heat with the Earth’s surface and atmosphere; applications of remote sensing to understand climate processes.

Kurt Cuffey. Glacier mechanics; paleoclimatology; environmental isotope geochemistry; river processes.

Inez Fung. Climate change; global carbon cycle; geophysical fluid dynamics and large-scale numerical modeling; remote sensing of the Earth.

David Romps. Theory, simulation, and observation of clouds and atmospheric dynamics to improve our understanding of Earth's climate.

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EPS Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate