Studies over the past 25 years have supported the existence of a large net land biosphere CO2 sink of 0.5–2 PgC yr-1. Significant uncertainties remain, however, regarding the long-term partitioning between northern, tropical, and southern land sinks, in part connected to the uncertain ocean carbon sink. These uncertainties limit our capacity to predict earth system response to […]READ MORE »
Nathalí Cordero-Quirós is a 3rd year PhD student in Climate Sciences at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Advised by Dr. Arthur Miller, her current research focuses on the effects of El Niño Southern Oscillation over the physical state and biogeochemistry of the California Current System. She uses coupled climate models to evaluate the predictability of the […]READ MORE »
A new report entitled United States Contributions to the Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (U.S. IIOE-2) summarizes discussions that took place during an Indian Ocean community workshop co-sponsored by OCB in September 2017 (La Jolla, CA). The purpose of this document is to motivate and coordinate U.S. participation in IIOE-2 by outlining a core set […]READ MORE »
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The 2018 OCB Summer Workshop will be held June 25-28, 2018 in Woods Hole, MA. workshop website We have added most presentation slides and recordings are coming soon to the agenda page. Follow and tag #OCB2018 on twitter. 2018 Plenary Sessions Monday, June 25 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Evolutionary insights on marine organism response to climate […]READ MORE »
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