Professor and Chair, Department of Marine Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Seim is an expert on physical oceanography, coastal meteorology and exploring the potential of offshore wind energy.
Professor of Geosciences · UC San Diego
Neal Driscoll co-leads the ALERTWildfire network, and also researches tectonic deformation and the evolution of landscapes and seascapes.
Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences · UC San Diego
Veerabhadran Ramathan discovered the greenhouse effect of CFCs
Dean, Faculty of Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
World-renowned oceanographer leads collaborative and inspired science faculty at UOIT
Observing and Modelling Waves (Including Tsunamis) and Currents Development and Application of Environmental Remote Sensing Techniques Mixing and Transport in Lakes, Estuaries, and the Ocean Physical Controls On Biogeochemical Processes in Water Higher Education Management
Research Meteorologist, Director of the Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E) · UC San Diego
F. Martin Ralph is a research meteorologist focused on understanding the processes that create extremes in precipitation.
Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Adrian Marchetti investigates how phytoplankton are affected by their environment and in turn, influence ocean biogeochemistry.
Research Professor · Florida Atlantic University
Jim Sullivan is an expert in biological and physical mechanisms controlling the spatial-temporal dynamics of plankton populations.
Chair, Environment, Ecology and Energy Program (E3P), and Professor, Department of Marine Sciences College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Jaye Cable focuses on Groundwater-Surface Interactions, Geochemistry and Wetland Hydrology.
William R. Kenan Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, Institute of Marine Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Hans W. Paerl is Kenan Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, at the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences.
Professor and Co-Director of the School of Earth and Sustainability · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Rob DeConto is one of the world's leading experts on modeling polar ice sheets, sea level rise and ocean response to climate change.