My overarching research interest is in how marine plants and animals drive the global ocean carbon sink, and regulate the climate and their environment. This includes how climate change and fishing will disturb marine ecosystems and change the natural carbon sinks that already exist as 'Nature Based Solutions' to climate change. I have a particular interest and expertise in Antarctic krill and their role in the ocean carbon sink.
et al., 2020, Changing Biogeochemistry of the Southern Ocean and Its Ecosystem Implications, Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol:7
et al., 2020, Sinking Organic Particles in the Ocean-Flux Estimates From in situ Optical Devices, Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol:6
et al., 2019, The importance of Antarctic krill in biogeochemical cycles (vol 10, 4742, 2019), Nature Communications, Vol:10, ISSN:2041-1723
et al., 2019, The importance of Antarctic krill in biogeochemical cycles, Nature Communications, Vol:10, ISSN:2041-1723
et al., 2019, Exploring the ecology of the mesopelagic biological pump, Progress in Oceanography, Vol:176, ISSN:0079-6611