Robie Macdonald
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Robie W Macdonald


Summary

I am a biogeochemist who studies aquatic pathways. These include predominantly the freshwater cycle in arctic seas, carbon cycles in arctic seas and in the coastal North Pacific Ocean, and contaminant pathways in the Arctic and Pacific Oceans and in lakes. I am especially interested in routes of entry (rivers, coastal erosion), pathways of transport (particle flux), burial in marine sediments and what climate change does to these pathways.

Aquatic & Marine Chemistry Biogeochemistry

Work details

Emeritus Research Scientist

Insitute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney BC Canada
Ecology and biogeochemistry

Adjunct Professor

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Environment, Earth and Resources

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