FSU Plankton Ecology & Biogeochemistry Lab

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SedTrappin' in AntarcticaIn the FSU Plankton Ecology and Biogeochemistry Lab we study the role of plankton in global carbon and nitrogen cycles. We take an interdisciplinary approach – we are both marine ecologists and biogeochemists, both field scientists and modelers. We work in oceans around the planet, including coastal waters off of Antarctica, open-ocean upwelling regions of the Pacific, the California Current Ecosystem, the Amazon River Plume, and the Gulf of Mexico. Our goal is to understand how a changing climate will impact the ability of marine biota to transport CO2 from the surface ocean-atmosphere system into the deep ocean where it can be sequestered for periods ranging from decades to millennia.