Jeremy Mathis, Ph.D.

PMEL/OERD Division Leader

PhD, Marine Chemistry, University of Miami – RSMAS, 2006

Affiliate Professor, Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Research Interests
My current research focuses on constraining CO2 fluxes and ocean acidification in coastal regions, particularly at high latitudes. I do this by using a variety of platforms including the collection of discrete DIC, TA, pH and pCO2 measurements from ships as well as data collected from moorings, gliders and floats. I am interested in the specific mechanisms that control the sources of anthropogenic CO2 in the ocean and how the intrusion of this CO2 affects biogeochemical cycles and marine ecosystems. I am currently a member of the steering group for the North American Carbon Program and leading the NACP subgroup for the Arctic Ocean and the Bering Sea as well as serving on the Arctic Icebreaker Coordinating Committee (AICC). I am also serving a three-year term on The Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) scientific steering committee as well as co-chairing the ocean acidification sub-committee.

Contact Information

NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: (206) 526-4809
Fax: (206) 526-6744
jeremy dot mathis at noaa dot gov

Mathis CV



Rosenstiel Fellowship
Mary Roche Fellowship
ASLO Student Paper Award – 2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting
F.G. Walton Smith Prize
Alaskan Ocean Leadership Award – 2010