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 US collaboration panel

Name

Institute

e-mail

Scientific topic

R. Wanninkhof

GCCA of NOAA/AOML, Ocean Chemistry Divison/Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, Miami

Rik.Wanninkhof@noaa.gov

Determination of large-scale air-sea CO2 fluxes in relation to physical and biogeochemical forcing using field studies and data analysis

R. Feely

GCCA of NOAA/PMEL, Ocean Climate Research Divison/Pacific Environmental Laboratory, Seattle

richard.a.feely@noaa.gov

Merging of Pacific and Atlantic Ocean in situ carbon cycle data sets, advice on sampling strategies and sensor techniques

K. Keller

Penn State, The Pennsylvania State University

kzk10@psu.edu

Detection and attribution of decadal-scale changes in the oceanic oxygen budget

R. Key

Princeton/AOSP, Princeton University, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program

key@Princeton.edu

Quantification of interannual variability in the coupled atmosphere ocean carbon cycles, Southern Ocean, biogeochemical modelling with GCMs, coupled climate carbon cycle simulations

R. Keeling

S.I.O., Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego

rkeeling@ucsd.edu

High precision atmospheric measurements of CO2 and O2/N2, open ocean field work on carbon cycle measurements in the world ocean, quality control of ocean carbon data sets

A. Dickson

S.I.O., Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego

adickson@ucsd.edu
 

High precision atmospheric measurements of CO2 and O2/N2, open ocean field work on carbon cycle measurements in the world ocean, quality control of ocean carbon data sets

T. Luecker

S.I.O., Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego

tlueker@ucsd.edu

High precision atmospheric measurements of CO2 and O2/N2, open ocean field work on carbon cycle measurements in the world ocean, quality control of ocean carbon data sets

G. Jackson

TAMU-RF, Texas A&M Research Foundation

gjackson@tamu.edu

Modelling marine biological systems with specific emphasis on particle dynamics and its role in carbon as well as nutrient cycling

D. Hutchins

CMS, College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware

dahutch@udel.edu

Coastal and open ocean oceanography, remote sensing and physics, marine biogeochemistry, marine policy

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