Tanja BosakAssistant Professor of Geobiology Home Phone: (617) 324-3959home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: microbiology, geology Website Website
Co-evolution of life and the environment on early Earth; study of the microfossil record associated with major climatic and geochemical oscillations in the Neoproterozoic.
Ed BoyleProfessor of Ocean Geochemistry; Director of WHOI-MIT Joint Program Home Phone: 617-253-2288home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: chemical oceanography, biogeochemistry Website Website
Marine chemistry: distribution of trace elements in the ocean and their use as paleochemical tracers; response of the ocean to anthropogenic lead emissions; relation between dust, iron in the ocean, and marine biological activity.
Kerry EmanuelCecil and Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science Home Phone: (617) 253-2462home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: atmospheric convection, hurricanes Website Website
Atmospheric convection; interaction of hurricanes with the ocean.
Raffaele FerrariBreene M. Kerr Professor of Oceanography Home Phone: (617) 253-1291home Personal Email: raffaele@MIT.EDUINTERNET Interest Areas: physical oceanography, paleoclimate, biological oceanography Website Website
Ocean circulation: dynamics of the ocean and climate, atmospheric and oceanic turbulence, air-sea interactions, the energetics of the ocean circulation, the impact of ocean physics on biology, and paleoclimate.
Mick FollowsAssociate Professor Home Phone: (617) 253-5939home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: biogeochemistry, ocean circulation Website Website
Models of interactions of ocean circulation, biogeochemical cycles and marine ecosystems.
Patrick HeimbachPrincipal Research Scientist Home Phone: (617) 253-5259home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: ocean and ice, inverse methods Website Website
Ocean circulation and its role in the global climate system; the dynamics of sea ice, ice sheets, and glaciers.
Harry F. HemondProfessor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Home Phone: (617) 253-1637home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: biogeochemistry, renewable energy Website Website
Earth’s biochemical cycles and development of novel observational systems to study those cycles; methods to interact sustainably with the natural environment.
Christopher N. HillPrincipal Research Engineer Home Phone: (617) 253-6430home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: ocean modeling, computation Website Website
Ocean modeling: development of software, computing infrastructure and numerical algorithms for simulation of atmospheric, oceanic and geophysical flows.
John MarshallCecil and Ida Green Professor of Oceanography Home Phone: (617) 253-9615home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: oceanography, climate dynamics Website Website
Climate and the general circulation of the atmosphere and oceans; development of mathematical and numerical models of key physical and biogeochemical processes, oceans and climate, and paleoclimate.
Shuhei OnoAssistant Professor of Earth Sciences Home Phone: (617) 253-0474home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: microbial oceanography, ecology Website Website
Interplay among atmosphere, rock, water and microbes; the photochemical sulfur isotope effect, early microbial evolution, deep biosphere, and seafloor hydrothermal deposits.
Paola RizzoliProfessor of Physical Oceanography Home Phone: (617) 253-2451home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: general circulation, climate modeling Website Website
Climate; general ocean circulation and ecosystem models developed through mathematical numerical models.
Daniel RothmanProfessor of Geophysics Home Phone: (617) 253-7861home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: theoretical geophysics, biogeochemistry and paleobiology Website Website
Dynamical organization of the natural environment through investigation of the cooperative phenomena underlying common yet poorly understood observations. Work combines theory, field observations, and experiments to study problems including the carbon cycle and climate, the co-evolution of life and the environment, and the dynamics of fluids, rocks, and sand.
Roger SummonsProfessor of Geobiology Home Phone: (617) 452-2791home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: geobiology, biogeochemistry Website Website
Biogeochemistry and geobiology: lipid chemistry of geologically significant microbes and microbial ecosystems; organic and isotopic indicators of climate change; evolution and mass extinction; biomarkers in sediments and petroleum; and biogeochemical fossils.
Carl WunschCecil and Ida Green Professor of Physical Oceanography Home Phone: (617) 253-5937home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: ocean circulation, climate Website Website
Understanding ocean circulation and its implications for climate and paleoclimate by combining global general circulation models and the recently available global data sets.