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Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Ya-Wei Luo

Ya-Wei Luo Ya-Wei Luo
Postdoctoral Investigator,
Department of Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry,
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


2010: Ph.D., Brown University-MBL Graduate Program, Providence, RI, USA Major Field: Biological Oceanography Dissertation: A Data Assimilative Model of the Microbial Ecosystem in the Open Ocean 2003: M.S., Peking University, Beijing, China Major Field: Environmental Sciences Thesis: Modeling Marine Pelagic Ecosystem Dynamics in the Bohai Sea.
2000: B.S., Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China Major Fields: Fishery and Computer Science

Research Experience
Postdoctoral Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA. 2009 – present. Advisor: Scott C. Doney. Research: marine ecosystem modeling, data synthesis Graduate Research Assistant, Ecosystems Center, Brown University-MBL Graduate Program, Woods Hole, MA, USA. 2007 – 2009. Advisors: Hugh W. Ducklow, Marjorie A.M. Friedrichs. Research: marine ecosystem modeling Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Biological Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, The College of Williams and Mary, Gloucester Point, VA, USA. 2003 – 2007. Advisor: Hugh W. Ducklow. Research: marine ecosystem modeling 2 Research Volunteer, Palmer Antarctica Long Term Ecological Research Project, Western Antarctica Peninsula. 2006 Jan - 2006 Feb. Supervisor: Hugh W. Ducklow. Research: 40-day cruise, collect and analyze biogeochemical and bacterial samples. Graduate Research Associate, National Marine Environmental Forecast Center of China, Beijing, China. 2001 -2003. Advisor: Huiding Wu. Research: develop sea ice forecast system of HY-1 satellite; marine ecosystem modeling Graduate Research Assistant, College of Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, China. 2000 -2001. Supervisors: Xuhui Cai, Baozhang Liu. Research: wind tunnel simulation experiment for vehicle pollution

Honors and Awards
2009-present: Member, Sigma Xi 2007-2009: Graduate Fellowship (for Tuition), Marine Biological Laboratory and Brown University 2007-2009: Research Assistantship, Marine Biological Laboratory and Brown University 2003-2007: Graduate Fellowship (for Tuition), The College of Williams and Mary 2003-2007: Research Assistantship, The College of Williams and Mary 2002: Excellent Study Award, Peking University 2000: Graduate with Honor, Ocean University of China

Research Interest

My research tools can be defined as data synthesis, ecosystem modeling and the integration of the two through data assimilation. I am interested in using these tools to study microbial ecology, biogeochemistry and climate change in the global ocean. By using these tools, I have studied marine ecosystems focusing on the roles of two microbes, the heterotrophic and diazotrophic bacteria, from cross-site comparison, temporal changes in a long-term station, to a global analysis.


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