Mark Warner

Mark Warner

Associate Professor WOT

Chemical Oceanography

I am interested in the application of dissolved anthropogenic atmospheric chlorofluorocarbons to the study of ocean ventilation and mixing processes. I have been involved in WOCE, the World Ocean Circulation Experiment, in the Pacific, Indian, and Southern Oceans. I have also participated in studies of the Seas of Okhotsk and Japan aboard a Russian research vessel, and of deep water formation areas along the Adelie Coast of Antarctica with Australian colleagues.

Mark Warner

Mark Warner

Associate Professor WOT

Chemical Oceanography

I am interested in the application of dissolved anthropogenic atmospheric chlorofluorocarbons to the study of ocean ventilation and mixing processes. I have been involved in WOCE, the World Ocean Circulation Experiment, in the Pacific, Indian, and Southern Oceans. I have also participated in studies of the Seas of Okhotsk and Japan aboard a Russian research vessel, and of deep water formation areas along the Adelie Coast of Antarctica with Australian colleagues.