Dr. Regina A. Easley
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Friday, May 13, 2022
12:00 Noon – Hybrid Seminar
Host: Graduate Students Association
“Journeys in Chemical Oceanography and Metrology”
The environmental management of coastal ecosystems, particularly zones which are involved in activities such as shellfish aquaculture, require ongoing efforts to understand both long-term and seasonal variations in coastal pH. The traceability of these measurements in the field is essential to sustaining effective management practices to support these important ecological and economical resources. Collaborative research projects which utilize metrological tools such as uncertainty analysis and interlaboratory studies will be highlighted to demonstrate the power of metrology in improving the measurement of oceanographic systems.