Women in Oceanography

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Check out The Oceanography Society (TOS) special issue on women in oceanography for a series of inspiring profiles and information on how far oceanography has come in the past decade.

Harmful Algal Bloom research highlighted at SIO and UW

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Giddings et al. 2014 publication “Hindcasts of potential harmful algal bloom transport pathways on the Pacific Northwest coast” was featured as the weekly highlighted publication by Scripps Institution of Oceanography in July and was recently featured in the University of Washington news!

Welcome to two new PhD students!

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Angelica Gilroy and Madeleine Harvey are recent PhD students joining the lab. They both will be working on local Southern California estuaries and their interactions with the ocean. Gilroy and Harvey have both completed 1 year of coursework at SIO and are actively starting their research projects this summer.

under construction!

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If you have visited this site, you may notice some oddities and a lot of things missing, please be patient as this site is under construction and check back in a couple of weeks!

Hello!

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After three lovely years as a postoc at the University of Washington, I just moved to San Diego to start an Assistant Professor position at Scripps Institution of Oceanography