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Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Robyn Hannigan

Robyn Hannigan
Robyn Hannigan
Department of Environmental, Earth & Ocean Sciences
University of Massachusetts 
Tel: 02125-3393
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University of Massachusetts


Robyn E. Hannigan’s career in analytical geochemistry began at the College of New Jersey where she earned her B.S. in Biology in 1988. She completed her master’s in and doctoral degrees in Earth and Environmental Science at the University of Rochester focusing on high temperature trace element chemistry. During her post-doctoral fellowships at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and at Old Dominion University she leveraged her expertise in high temperature chemistry into collaborative research projects with biologists and oceanographers. Hannigan’s research has developed unique analytical techniques and technologies to evaluate the relation between biogenic mineral chemistry and the chemistry of the water and sediment in which these organisms live.  In 2007, she received the American Chemical Society Medal for encouraging disadvantaged students into careers in the chemical sciences. She is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Geological Society of America and an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow. Her research and student mentoring have been highlighted by SACNAS, AAAS, and the NSF. She is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences at the University of Massachusetts at Boston.

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Marine and Estuarine Geochemistry, Biomineralogy, Saline lake geochemistry




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