Oceans - Sediments

Oceans, climate and carbon

Oceans are key in regulating our climate by absorbing and sequestering carbon. Particularly shelf and coastal oceans are key in the long-term storage of carbon.

Ongoing human-induced disturbances are changing the dynamics of our seas. In my research, I leverage statistical and data science tools to determine the patterns of the ocean floor carbon. I also consider the socioeconomic implications of those stocks.

Deconvolving the fate of coastal carbon

By implementing machine learning techniques we can determine the fate of carbon in coastal sediments

Global carbon stocks in EEZs

Carbon on land is accounted for in IPCC frameworks: but what about the carbon stored underwater in Economic Exlcusive Zones? Explore our initial paper here, and contact us for more information on the ongoing project!

Stability of carbon on continental shelves