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Carbon Cycling in Modern Systems

We seek to understand the dynamics of carbon budgets on different marine ecosystems (e.g. kelp forests, coral reefs, sea grass beds) and how they become more or less vulnerable to ocean acidification.

Kelp forests are some of the most productive marine environments in the world. We have a joint NSF grant with Cal State Northridge working in the kelp forests off of Hopkins Marine Station south to Whalers Cove. Our goal is to understand how they may react to future changes in ocean temperature and pH.
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We seek to understand the dynamics of carbon budgets on different marine ecosystems (e.g. kelp forests, coral reefs, sea grass beds) and how they become more or less vulnerable to ocean acidification.
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