Guest Lecture Galen McKinley - "Spatial Variability and Potential Long-Term Trends in Great Lakes Carbon
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Bio: Professor McKinley studies the mechanisms of the carbon cycle in the global oceans and Great Lakes, with her research lying at the intersection of physical and chemical oceanography. Her primary tools are numerical models and analysis of large datasets. More specifically, her research addresses the physical drivers of ecosystem and carbon cycle variability in the North Atlantic, global oceans and Great Lakes. Professor McKinley teaches oceanography and climate science in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at University of Wisconsin - Madison. She is also very active in service to the national and international scientific and policy-making communities.
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