Hally Stone

Hally Stone

Graduate Student

Physical Oceanography

Hally B. Stone is a doctoral candidate in physical oceanography at UW's School of Oceanography. She is advised by Neil S. Banas and Parker MacCready and studies coastal upwelling dynamics. Her doctoral research focuses on understanding the relationship between phytoplankton productivity and wind patterns in the California Current System using satellite data and output from a regional ocean model developed by the UW Coastal Modeling Group.

PUBLICATIONS

Stone, H. B., Banas, N. S., & MacCready, P. (2018). The Effect of Alongcoast Advection on Pacific Northwest Shelf and Slope Water Properties in Relation to Upwelling Variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 123 (1), 265 - 286. http://doi.org/10.1002/2017JC013174

Hally Stone

Hally Stone

Graduate Student

Physical Oceanography

Hally B. Stone is a doctoral candidate in physical oceanography at UW's School of Oceanography. She is advised by Neil S. Banas and Parker MacCready and studies coastal upwelling dynamics. Her doctoral research focuses on understanding the relationship between phytoplankton productivity and wind patterns in the California Current System using satellite data and output from a regional ocean model developed by the UW Coastal Modeling Group.

PUBLICATIONS

Stone, H. B., Banas, N. S., & MacCready, P. (2018). The Effect of Alongcoast Advection on Pacific Northwest Shelf and Slope Water Properties in Relation to Upwelling Variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 123 (1), 265 - 286. http://doi.org/10.1002/2017JC013174