Professor, Earth System Science and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
3208 Croul Hall
1311 Croul Hall
|Works to identify (i) how microorganisms respond and genetically adapt to environmental variations and (ii) the biogeochemical role of this biodiversity.|
|Research focuses on marine bacteria.|
|Work is central to identifying present day global cycles of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus, as well as to identifying and predicting future impacts of climate change on the Earth as a system.|
Expert in oceans, climate change and phytoplankton.
Martiny Research Group