We are a team of researchers based at the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Our research focuses on inorganic carbon dynamics, working towards a better understanding of how the oceanic uptake of anthropogenic carbon dioxide and climate change interact with the natural variability of the inorganic carbon system to create unfavorable conditions for sensitive marine organisms in the seas around Alaska and in the greater Arctic. To achieve this, we use ship-board measurements, data from moored sensors and autonomous platforms, and output from regional biogeochemical model.

In collaboration with marine ecologists, we are working on linking knowledge of field and model oceanographic studies with experimental biological studies that help improve our understanding of biological responses of marine organisms to ocean acidification and global change.