"Organic Matter Biogeochemistry at the Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interfaces"

Dissolved Black Carbon

We (myself and Patrick Hatcher from ODU) are excited to have¬†recently been awarded funding from the National Science Foundation’s Low Temperature Geochemistry Program in collaboration with the lead PI, Andy Zimmerman from the University of Florida, and co-PI, Siddhartha Mitra from East Carolina University.¬†

WACS-2

The Western Atlantic Climate Study (WACS) seeks to understand the role of marine sea spray aerosol in the Earth’s radiative budget. Our group recently participated in the WACS-2 cruise in the western North Atlantic aboard the R/V Knorr.

Bluefin Tuna Movements

NOAA funded project (co-PI with PI, Dr. John Graves, Virginia Institute of Marine Science): “Use of Organochlorine Tracer Analysis to Determine the Magnitude and Temporal Variation of Mixing Rates of Eastern and Western School Size Bluefin Tuna in the Western Atlantic Recreational Fishery for School Bluefin Tuna”.

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Newly funded Dissolved Black Carbon Project

Happy to report that we received funding to study the dynamics of dissolved black carbon in the environment.

Two new aerosol papers published in ACP and Marine Chemistry…

Congratulations to Amanda Willoughby on her first first authored publication! Amanda...

GEOTRACES manuscript accepted to ACP

GEOTRACES manuscript accepted to ACP

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2014

Dr. Wozniak and Stephanie McElhenie attended the Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, HI,...

AGU Fall Meeting 2013

Dr. Wozniak attended the 2013 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, CA and presented a poster titled “Molecular characteristics of aerosol water soluble organic matter from the 2010-11 US GEOTRACES cruises in the North Atlantic Ocean.”