ARC Laureate Fellow, Professor, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
Transdisciplinary research across ocean biogeochemistry, biological oceanography, phytoplankton processes, and open ocean ecosystems, including carbon sequestration. His experience also includes marine approaches to climate intervention, and the development of research governance.
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