My research employs a variety of theoretical, empirical, and computational models to understand the oceans' role in the earth system. I am currently focused on the ecosystem processes that cycle marine reservoirs of CO2 and O2 and how these processes interact with the physical environment. 

Apart from my primary research, I also use my training in statistics to collaborate in data analysis projects across a variety of areas in ecology and environmental science. These projects have included global fisheries modeling, analyses of international biodiversity targets, habitat and ecosystem modeling of apex predators, ecosystem stability analyses, and microbial gene-environment modeling. 

Results from current and past research projects can be viewed in my publications.