photo William L Bill Miller
Professor
Campus: 
Athens
Office: 
286A Marine Sciences Bldg
Office Phone:  (706) 542-4299
Lab Association: 
Lab: 
280/281 Marine Sciences Bldg
Lab Phone: 
(706) 542-0809

Education:

Ph.D. 1990, Chemical Oceanography, University of Rhode Island

M.S. 1985, Marine Science, University of South Florida

B.A. (cum laude) 1979, Biology, Wake Forest University

Research Emphasis: 

Photochemical reactions and their effect on aquatic carbon cycles; reactive oxygen species (ROS), trace gases, and relation to optics and biological processes

Remote sensing for  global and regional estimates of photochemical processes and biogeochemical impact.

Fluxes of trace gases and their significance to global warming, biogeochemical feedbacks and climate change

Trace element and trace metal redox chemistry, processes controlling chemical distributions and biological utilization

Kinetic modeling of observed chemical disequilibria; integration of thermodynamic and kinetic models for natural waters

 

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William Miller's Selected Publications

Tedetti M, éré R, Vasilkov A, ère B, érini D, Miller WL, Kawamura K, Raimbault P.  2007.  High penetration of ultraviolet radiation in the south east Pacific waters. Geophysical Research Letters. 34(L12610)
Le Clainche Y, Levasseur M, ézina A, Bouillon é-C, Merzouk A, Michaud S, Scarratt M, Wong CShing, Rivkin RB, Boyd PW et al..  2006.  Modeling analysis of the effect of iron enrichment on dimethyl sulfide dynamics in the NE Pacific (SERIES experiment). Journal of Geophysical Research. 111(C01011)

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