We use numerical models, mathematical theory and analysis of data to study the ocean’s carbon cycle and its interaction with physical circulation and climate. Our research ranges from exploiting observations to quantify the absorption of human CO2 emissions by the ocean to developing novel computational approaches to simulating ocean biogeochemical cycles.

Current research projects include:

Transient tracer-based Investigation of Circulation and Thermal Ocean Change (TICTOC)

Biological carbon pump Assessment using the Transport Matrix method and global Nutrient distributions (BATMAN)

Controls over Ocean Mesopelagic Interior Carbon Storage (COMICS)

Transport Matrix Method (TMM)

Assessing Climate Model Simulations of Last Glacial Maximum Ocean Circulation with Carbon Isotopes

Constraining the Past and Future Ocean Sink of Anthropogenic Carbon with Observations