Biological Dynamics in the Oceans Publications
- The imbalance of new and export production in the Western Antarctic Peninsula, a potentially “leaky” ecosystem
- Seasonal time bombs: Dominant temperate viruses affect Southern Ocean microbial dynamics
- Bacteriocidal effects of brevetoxin on natural bacterial communities
- Carbon fluxes and pelagic ecosystem dynamics around the West Antarctic Peninsula Adelie penguin colonies: An inverse model analysis
The biology in oceans has evolved many unique adaptations that are uniquely suited to thrive in a highly dynamic environment. These adaptations make the biology in the ocean unique, highly diverse and potentially sensitive to any changes in the ocean. Our group is interested in exploring the fundamental processes that govern life living on this water planet. We combine cutting edge oceanographic technologies with genomics, cellular physiology and ecological tools to understand the biology of the oceans.