Galveston Faculty

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Rainer AmonRainer M.W. Amon
Associate Professor

Determination of bacterial activity in aquatic environments, source tracking for aquatic pathogens, chemical characterization of natural organic matter (source identification) by bulk, isotope, optical, and molecular level analyses, biogeochemical fluxes, global carbon cycle

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Ayal AnisAyal Anis
Associate Professor

Mixing processes & turbulence in oceans and lakes; air-sea interactions; physics of heat and momentum transfer between the atmosphere and the aquatic boundary layer; physical oceanography of coastal regions Model-aided analysis of the response of lakes/coastal ocean to external forcing

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Robin BrinkmeyerRobin Brinkmeyer
Assistant Professor

Factors regulating microbial degradation of dioxins in estuarine sediments

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Timothy DellapennaTimothy Dellapenna
Associate Professor

Seabed dynamics and sedimentary processes in marine systems, with projects in basic and applied research

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Photo of Patrick Louchouarn Patrick Louchouarn
Professor, Interim Vice-President and Chief Academic Officer

Biogeochemical cycling of organic matter in soils and aquatic environments

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Photo of Antonietta Quigg Antonietta Quigg
Professor

Biological oceanography, trace metal and nutrient cycling and dynamics on physiology, primary productivity and community composition of phytoplankton in coastal ecosystems

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Photo of Gilbert Rowe Gilbert Rowe
Regent's Professor (of Marine Biology and Oceanography)

Deep-sea biology, food web modeling, carbon cycling, biodiversity, biomass of the benthos

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Photo of Peter Santschi Peter Santschi
Regent's Professor

The role of natural and engineered nanoparticles in the fate of radionuclides and the biogeochemical cycling of other trace substances; tracer applications using radioactive and stable isotopes; relationships between trace element and natural organic matter biogeochemistry; and the importance of exopolymeric substances for trace element and radionuclide binding and removal from natural waters

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Photo of Anja Schulez Anja Schulze
Assistant Professor

Phylogeny, phylogeography and population genetics of metazoan animals; larval dispersal; cryptic speciation in marine invertebrates

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