Greg is a nearshore physical oceanographer with extensive field experience related to heat budget studies. He has characterized surf zone air/sea interaction and surface heating processes, internal waves, and new ocean observing instruments. He is an expert in hydrographic data analysis, leading multiple published studies.
Greg began his science career as an engineer, working to design semiconductor manufacturing processes. His passion for earth science pulled him away to study Oceanography, first at the University of Maine (M.S.), then at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Ph.D.) Now, Greg works to select and conduct high impact research, educational and conservation related projects.
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