Amy Gobel, an undergraduate student in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University working in the Environmental Quality Program lab with Dr. Andrew Peters, investigates how marine aerosols contribute to Nr deposition to the ocean downwind of North America.
Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, researcher at Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement in Paris, in his quest to trace air masses and understand what controls the uptake of moisture, has traveled to Iceland, Greenland, throughout Europe and—most recently—to Bermuda.
Research shows that reefs are able to counteract the trend toward acidity through their own biochemistry, but at a cost.
While majors in medicine, computers and information management, and biotechnology remain popular, there are a variety of majors in ocean science that can provide Bermudian students with unique opportunities to explore the world and contribute to the global understanding of how the ocean influences climate change, the world economy, and our daily lives.
It is with a heavy heart, but fond memories, that the BIOS community says goodbye to Dr. John Steele, a long-time supporter of BIOS and a pioneer in the field of marine ecosystems modeling.