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Mike
Lomas
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
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Michael Lomas is a biogeochemist with a broad interest in the role that phytoplankton diversity and physiology plays in mediating the key processes of the biological carbon pump.  While all phytoplankton fix inorganic carbon (they are plants after all), different phytoplankton assemblages lead to different foodweb structures and ultimately different efficiencies of the biological carbon pump.  Lomas' lab uses a combination of natural field observations, and field and laboratory manipulation experiments to study innate differences in phytoplankton physiology in the field how different phytoplankton groups respond to climate change, in particular ocean acidification.

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