Professor Laure Resplandy is a biogeochemical oceanographer. Her research goals are to understand how climate and ocean physics influence marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems and how these changes can in turn impact the Earth climate. Prof. Resplandy's approach is to design and develop numerical models (from ocean regions to global climate system) and statistical tools to interpret in-situ and satellite observations.
Changes in ocean oxygenation.
Global change, ocean acidification and carbon cycle.
Influence of ocean physics on biological activity and biogeochemical fluxes.
Climate modeling, ocean small-scale (1 to 100 km) modeling.
Climate Change: Exploring Solutions to a Complex Problem - A Quest Event for teachers in grades 5-12July 5-8, 2022, 9AM-3PM, Princeton University
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A study co-led by climate scientist Laure Resplandy, an assistant professor of geosciences and the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI) at Princeton University, details how carbon is stored and transported through the intricacy of inland and coastal waterways.
Whose stories do you tell when you teach science and engineering? Newton? Galileo? Maybe Marie Curie? That question was posed to eight members of Princeton’s science and engineering faculty as part of their work in a Community of Practice group focused on adding diverse voices to course materials. Professor Resplandy mention.