Richard Keil

Keil lab group at sea with our incubation systems

Our lab studies the fate of organic matter in aquatic environments with a current emphasis on proteins, proteomics, metabolomics and in situ sensing and experimentation.    Our web site is here:

AOG Website

The AOG group started the citizen science project SoundCitizen.  That program is now located at the Center for Urban Waters at the UW - Tacoma, but our lab is still deeply involved in the project. 

The SoundCitizen Web is here


OCEAN 445 Undergraduate Thesis: Data Analysis and Writing

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

This is the third quarter in a series of courses designed to complete the requirements for a Senior Thesis in the Undergraduate degree in Oceanography.  Analyze results from senior thesis experiments and present results in a series of drafts and a final paper. Results are presented at a two-day long public research symposium and on the students; individual web sites. Prerequisite: OCEAN 444.