Paul Den UylAquatic Ecology Research Technician
For the past three years I worked as a research associate at the University of Hawai‘i . Much of my work there focused on contemporary microbiological methods, particularly collection, processing, and sequencing of genomic/transcriptomic activity of microbial life in the oligotrophic ocean. At CIGLR I will be working on the microcystis buoyancy experiments. Through this project, I hope to further our understanding of vertical distributions and migrations of microcystis in order to better inform HABs models.
- B.S., Geological Science – Oceanography Concentration, University of Michigan
Research Interests/Area of Expertise:
- Harmful Algal Bloom Ecology
- Water Quality Monitoring
- Microbiological Methods