Andrew Jacobson

Title

Research Associate

Research Interests

How ocean and atmospheric CO2 measurements can be interpreted in terms of land and ocean sources and sinks. The spatial and temporal variations of CO2concentrations at the Earth’s surface are the result of atmospheric and oceanic transport acting on fluxes into and out of the atmosphere. Both processes are incompletely known, so addressing one necessarily involves the other; statistical models of ocean ecosystem productivity by interpreting satellite observations of ocean color.