SMAST / Administration
SMAST EAST (836 South Rodney French Blvd, New Bedford) 106
|1978||University of Oregon||B.A.|
|1985||Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution||Ph.D|
- Biological distributions and productivity
- Cycling of carbon and nutrients in coastal and ocean waters using ship-based measurements and optical and remotely sensed observations
- Characterization of land-ocean interactions using coupled ecosystem models to assess impacts of climate and land use change
- Optical assessment of air-sea carbon fluxes in river-dominated margins
- Optical detection and assessment of harmful algal blooms
- PI, “An Integrated Terrestrial-Coastal Ocean Observation and Modeling Framework for Carbon Management Decision Support" (collaborative project with Auburn University, University of Delaware, and North Carolina State University) NASA, $1.2M over three years ($228K to UMass Dartmouth)
- PI, “Research and Education in Quantitative Fisheries and Ecosystem Science,” NOAA (subaward through the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), $360K over three years
Fichot, C. G., S. E. Lohrenz, and R. Benner (2014).
Pulsed, cross-shelf export of terrigenous dissolved organic carbon to the Gulf of Mexico
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
Xue, Z., R. He, K. Fennel, W.-J. Cai, S. Lohrenz, and C. Hopkinson (2013).
Modeling ocean circulation and biogeochemical variability in the Gulf of Mexico
Biogeosciences, 10(11), 7219-7234.
Lohrenz, S. E., W.-J. Cai, S. Chakraborty, K. Gundersen, and M. C. Murrell (2013).
Nutrient and carbon dynamics in a large river-dominated coastal ecosystem: the Mississippi-Atchafalaya River system
Biogeochemical Dynamics at Major River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Change, 448-472.