Jan 19, 2021
New Ocean Monitoring Project
Lynne Talley

Lynne Talley is a Distinguished Professor of Physical Oceanography in the Climate, Atmospheric Sciences, and Physical Oceanography Division at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California. She has served as chief scientist on research ships, where she collects oceanographic hydrography data. She has participated in international steering groups and oversight committees for the collection and use of oceanographic data.

Since 2016, Talley has led the observation team of the SOCCOM project: Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling, which is deploying biogeochemical profiling Argo floats throughout the southern ocean. Her research group is involved directly in float, hydrographic, and satellite data analysis, interfacing with the Southern Ocean State Estimate and data-model comparisons.

Lynne will discuss her recent funding, how it will impact her research, and the reason this data is so relevant to the future of our oceans and the world.

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