Thu, 22 Jan 2015
Carlson receives ASLO's G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award
SBC scientist, Craig Carlson, has been named 2015 recipient of the G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award from the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. The goal of Carlson's research is an understanding of the role of dissolved organic material in ocean biogeochemistry and and its link to the dynamics of microbial communities. His work has established scientific concepts which are now considered essential to understanding the ocean carbon cycle and assessing its impact on future planetary health. Carlson's work with SBC is concerned with cycling of algal exudates, and the partitioning of carbon between dissolved and particulate fractions in waters of the Santa Barbara Channel. In February, Carlson will travel to Granada, Spain to receive the Hutchinson Award at ASLO's international meeting.
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