Laure Resplandy is assistant professor of geosciences at Princeton University and 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 Earth’s climate. She is a specialist in climate and ocean modeling with particular interests in the global carbon cycle, ecosystem dynamics and changes in ocean oxygenation. She is a member of the High Meadows Environmental Institute faculty and is a member of the Carbon Mitigation Initiative and the Grand Challenges Program.
Climate and ocean modeling, marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems
Assistant Professor of Geosciences and The High Meadows Environmental Institute