We study the cycling of carbon and nutrients in the modern ocean and through Earth history. Check the homepage for updates and have an eye out for new publications.

Our approach is to combine theory and observations to yield a deeper understanding of the natural environment, its long-term stability and propensity for change. We use diverse computational methods and first principle theory to simulate and reconstruct past change in global biogeochemical cycles and the climate system. The insights from the past directly speak to anthropogenic climate change and ocean acidification.