I coordinate WHOI’s Ocean Informatics Working Group and serve as WHOI's representative to the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP). I host Carpentries workshops at WHOI (thus, the logo on my Projects landing page). My technical expertise can be characterized as implementing FAIR data – Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable - for the ocean sciences. I am particularly interested in integrating heterogeneous and distributed data about the marine environment, and providing provenance (i.e., lineage) for the processing involved to produce oceanographic data products.
Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) project: I serve on the Coastal and Global Scale Nodes (CGSN) Data Team.
My involvement in the AccelNet-Implementation: Implementing a Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (iDOOS) project is mainly for FAIR data training for Deep Ocean Early career Researchers (DOERs).
A Computational and Analytic Laboratory for Modeling and Predicting Marine Biodiversity and Indicators of Sustainable Ecosystems
Click for NSF Award and Project Outcomes 2015-2020
Interdisciplinary informatics in cooperation with USGS for decision support systems and policy
ECO-OP: Cyberinfrastructure for marine Integrated Ecosystem Assessments (IEAs)
Click for NSF Award and Project Outcomes 2010-2014
Recent informatics collaborators include:
IOOS OBIS Standardizing Marine Biological Data Working Group