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Seminar: Monday, January 29, 2024

Professor, Undergraduate Coordinator
Dr. Bill Miller smiles into the camera wearing a grey button up with a bright blue lanyard. He stands in front of a presenting poster board.
Dr. Bill Miller
Marine Sciences
University of Georgia
Marine Sciences Building

Dr. Bill Miller is a professor in Marine Science and Oceanography. He began his academic career at Dalhousie University in Halifax, moved to the University of Georgia as Director of its Marine Institute, serving there for almost 10 years, after which he served a 2.5 yr. rotation with NSF’s ChemOCE Program. His research is in biogeochemistry and marine photochemistry. His favorite color is UV. Dr. Miller gives a brief description of his seminar below.

“Photochemical Methods: From Lab to Shining Sea.”  

The presentation will look at common assumptions and problems inherent in the process of extrapolating laboratory experiments to regional and global estimates of photochemical rates in the surface ocean, along with considerations needed to increase model accuracy.


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