Dr. Curtis Deutsch
The 2017 Rosenstiel Award Selection Committee awarded the 43rd Rosenstiel Award to Dr. Curtis Deutsch, Associate Professor at the School of Oceanography, University of Washington.
He received his PhD in 2003 from Princeton University.
His research uses models to investigate the interactions of biogeochemistry and climate on timescales ranging from human to geologic, including the roles of circulation and biological activity in controlling carbon and nitrogen patterns in the ocean. Other work includes investigations in oxygen minimum zones, biodiversity, and air-sea gas exchange.
Dr. Deutsch was Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow in 2010 and received the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Investigator Award in 2013. He serves on national and international steering committees, panels and working groups. His service and leadership roles include; member of the Ocean Carbon Biogeochemistry scientific steering committee, organizer of the U.S. CLIVAR working group on Ocean Carbon Uptake, member of the U.S. CLIVAR Predictability, Prediction and Applications Interface panel, co-organizer and lecturer of the NCAR Advanced Studies Program Summer School and co-organizer of the PICES workshop in Santos, Brazil.
Dr. Deutsch has 55 publications with the h-index (SCOPUS) of 24. His most cited first-authored publication (published in 2008) currently has 994 citations.
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