PhD Graduate student, Bernard Levine PhD. Fellow, NOAA Fellow
Alana joined the lab in 2015 after completing her B.A. on Earth and Oceanographic Science at Bowdoin College. She is a Doherty Coastal Studies Fellow (2013), a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellow (2012), a NASA GISS Fellow (2016), a Bernard Levine PhD Fellow (2017), and a NOAA CESSRST PhD Fellow (2018-now). Her general interests include land-water interactions relating to biogeochemical cycling and nutrients, relationships between nutrient availability and phytoplankton concentration and taxonomy, atmosphere-ocean carbon fluxes, climate change, and changing marine biogeochemistry.