Emeriti

Alice Alldredge

Research Professor

209 Building 408
Biological oceanography; ecology of marine gelatinous plankton; marine particulate matter and marine snow, biogeochemical cycling.

Peter Collins

Professor

214 Building 408
Mechanisms regulating reproduction and development in vertebrate animal models.

James Kennett

Professor Emeritus

2026 Webb
Research largely deals with earth system history during the Cenozoic, including the Pleistocene, based on the analyses of the deep-sea sedimentary record and the uplifted marine record on land

Dan Morse

Research Professor and Distinguished Professor Emeritus

3155 MBL
Bio-inspired catalytic nanofabrication, tunable photonic materials and dynamic self-assembly. Applications to semiconductors, high-power batteries, electro-optics, IR and solar energy.

Uta Passow

Research Oceanographer

Building 408
My current research focuses on the Biological Carbon Pump (BCP) in the Anthropocene. Changes to our climate, oil spills or plastic pollution all impact the production and gravitational settling of carbon. The BCP additionally provides transport pathways for pollutants.

Robert Warner

Research Professor

4322A MSRB
Evolutionary ecology, population and conservation biology; ecology and behavior of reef fishes.