GSO professor and oceanographer Melissa Omand was featured in Science News‘ 2016 edition of 10 Scientists to Watch. The list includes profiles of early- and mid-career scientists making important advances in their chosen fields.
The article highlights Omand’s recent work on the movement of carbon into the seas:
“As chief scientist for a voyage of the research vessel Endeavor, oceanographer Melissa Omand oversaw everything from the deployment of robotic submarines to crew-member bunk assignments. The November 2015 expedition 150 kilometers off Rhode Island’s coast was collecting data for Omand’s ongoing investigations of the fate of carbon dioxide soaked up by the ocean.”
Read the full article on Science News.