We are an interdisciplinary research group interested in large-scale ecological, evolutionary and biogeochemical phenomena in the oceans. Our primary goal is to understand and anticipate the effects of climate change on marine organisms, specifically phytoplankton using a combination of theoretical and data-driven models, remote-sensed, field and laboratory data, and the fossil record.
We are currently looking for post-docs and a technician to join our group. See our ad: http://aslo.org/employment/jobs/2013-199.html
We thank NSERC, CRC, NBIF, CFI, Mount Allison University, NASA, MITACS, and the Marjorie Young Bell foundation for generous support of our research programs. The chlorophyll globe image and the E huxleyi bloom near Newfoundland are from the SeaWiFS Project.