Thomas Froelicher

A computer model is used to show projections of how fish species may move towards the poles and into deeper waters in a high CO2 emissions scenario. Source: Jones and Cheung 2015.

Where do we go from here? Building confidence in climate change impact projection models

Climate change is expected to have major impacts on the ocean, the species that live there, and the people who rely it for their food and livelihood. Since the beginning of the 20th century, CO2 emissions from human activities have altered physical and chemical properties of the ocean. The ocean has become warmer and, in some areas, less oxygenated, which has caused changes in the productivity and distribution of marine species.

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016

Nereus Program researchers will be attending the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The theme for the 2016 meeting is: Ocean Sciences at the Interface. The 2016 Ocean…

American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting

Thomas Froelicher, 2012-2013 Senior Research Fellow (Princeton), will be an invited speaker at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. He will be speaking in the session entitled “Trajectories of…