Jacquelyn Neibauer

Jacquelyn Neibauer

Research Scientist

Chemical Oceanography

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.  Kelsey and ALlison with an early version of the Phorcys incubator, Clayoquot Sound Sep 2011 Our web site is here:

AOG Website

We also started the citizen science group 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

 

Jacquelyn Neibauer

Jacquelyn Neibauer

Research Scientist

Chemical Oceanography

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.  Kelsey and ALlison with an early version of the Phorcys incubator, Clayoquot Sound Sep 2011 Our web site is here:

AOG Website

We also started the citizen science group 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