• The R/V Thomas G. Thompson, one of the research vessel by the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington.

Shifts in marine microbial populations detected using statistical machine learning

Oceanography is currently witnessing a data explosion, with new instruments being deployed that collect high frequency, multi-parameter datasets, both remotely, with satellites, and in situ, with new instruments such as the SeaFlow cytometer. As a result, oceanographers have begun to use large-scale statistical machine learning tools to analyze these substantial datasets, thereby accelerating scientific discovery […]

  • A photo of Micaela Parker and Sarah Stone

Oceanography article features eScience Institute managers

By Robin Brooks

Micaela Parker and Sarah Stone, eScience Institute managers, have been profiled in the quarterly edition of Oceanography (volume 29, edition 2), a publication of The Oceanography Society. Parker and Stone’s role is unique in the University of Washington community, because it is the first management job share.

Though some cutting of red tape was […]

August 16th, 2016|Categories: News|Tags: , |