In the fall of 2012, I began graduate school at
University of Miami's
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
where I recently finished my PhD in Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry (MAC)
in the Department of Ocean Sciences
as a National Science Foundation
Graduate Research Fellow.
Prior to beginning at RSMAS,
I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder
where I received my bachelor's degree in
and earned the degree designation magna cum laude.
In addition to my bachelor's degree,
I received minors in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
and also earned the
Graduate Certificate in Oceanography
from the ATOC Department.
I successfully defended my PhD dissertation on 9 June 2017.
My PhD dissertation, entitled Environmental Impacts on Carbon Biogeochemistry in Marginal Seas,
is now available online in the
University of Miami's Scholarly Repository.
I will be attending the U.S. GEOTRACES Arctic Data Synthesis Workshop on 23-26 October 2017 in Miami, FL.
view of RSMAS dock and Key Biscayne from the Science Library and Administrative Building (SLAB).
Portrait taken by A.M. Lee on 15 March 2013.
This website was designed and is maintained by Andrew R. Margolin,
under the support of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
(grant no. DGE-1451511).
Updated 31 August 2017.