Angelicque White

Angelicque White
The scientific community is presently faced with the challenge of characterizing and predicting the behavior of the Earth system under the stresses of a changing environment. A primary focus of this effort is to understand the role of our oceans as regulators of the global cycling of water, heat and elements. As a microbial ecologist, my research has focused on the role of microbes in defining the function of ocean ecosystems and how this function may change in response to environmental pressures. My research skill set is broad, ranging from measurement of nutrient controls of primary productivity and nitrogen fixation to molecular characterization of organic matter to bio-optical estimations of microbial community structure and primary productivity.


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