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Dr Vassilis Kitidis

Biogeochemist



Contact Details

+44 (0)1752 633100 (switchboard)

vak12/12/2019 03:39:20@pml.ac.uk

Dr Vassilis Kitidis has interests which lie in the biogeochemical cycling of key elements (O, C, N) in the marine environment. Elemental cycles are intimately connected in the Earth system through its living component. I work on processes that operate at the sea-air interface, through the water column and in sediments. Key interests include the photochemical cycling of dissolved organic matter, carbonate chemistry and greenhouse gas cycling and benthic nitrogen cycling.

Projects

PETRA

Pathways and emissions of climate-relevant trace gases in a changing Arctic Ocean (PETRA)

Contact: Dr Andy Rees

The Arctic Ocean is a rapidly changing environment, with rising temperatures leading to an ongoing decline in sea ice and shifting conditions for...

Ocean Regulation of Climate through Heat and Carbon Sequestration and Transports (ORCHESTRA)

Ocean Regulation of Climate through Heat and Carbon Sequestration and Transports (ORCHESTRA)

Contact: Dr Tim Smyth

Climate change is one of the most urgent issues facing humanity and life on Earth. Better predictions of future climate change are needed, so that...

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Other key projects

Land-Ocean Carbon Transfer and Exchange (LOCATE)

Selected key publications

   

Le Quere, C., Moriarty, R., Andrew, R.M. et al. (including Kitidis). 2015. Global carbon budget 2015. Earth System Science Data, December 2015. doi: 10.5194/essd-7-349-2015

   

Le Quere, C., Moriarty, R., Andrew, R.M. et al. (including Kitidis). 2015. Global carbon budget 2014. Earth System Science Data, May 2015. doi: 10.5194/essd-7-47-2015

   

Kitidis et al. 2016. Surface ocean carbon dioxide during the Atlantic Meridional Transect (1995-2013); evidence of ocean acidification. Progress in Oceanography, doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2016.1008.1005.

   

Trimmer et al. (inc. Kitidis). 2015. Nitrous oxide as a function of oxygen and Archaeal gene abundance in the North Pacific. Nature Communications 7: doi: 10.1038/ncomms13451

Other activities

Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) quality control committee