Christopher L. Sabine
Discrete and Moored Carbon
Ph.D. 1992 Oceanography, University of Hawaii
My research focuses on understanding the global carbon cycle.
In particular, my work centers around interpreting inorganic carbon measurements
in the oceans. This includes understanding the air-sea exchange of CO2 at the
ocean surface, examining the basin-scale distribution of both natural
and anthropogenic carbon in the ocean's interior, understanding multiple
tracer relationships (e.g. anthropogenic CO2 and CFCs), evaluating
ocean carbon cycle GCMs with data-based global carbon distributions,
and examining carbonate and organic matter remineralization within the oceans.
Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
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