I am a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Washington, in affiliation with both the Future of Ice Initiative and the Deutsch Lab at the School of Oceanography. I am interested in fundamental questions about climate change and the role that ocean circulation plays in causing and responding to abrupt change. Marine sediment cores are archives of the physical, chemical, and biological structure of the global ocean. I am interested in using sediment cores and paleoceanographic proxies in novel, creative ways to discover how marine life and global climate are coupled in the past, present, and future.
- Mechanisms and consequences of abrupt climate warming in the North Pacific
- North Pacific oceanic dissolved oxygen fluctuations through the last 20,000 years
- Deep sea ecology and paleoecology: Using modern ROV observations and sedimentary sampling to constrain proxy interpretation
PostDoc publications in Preparation
Myhre, S. E., D. Pak, M. Borreginne, J. P. Kennett, C. Deutsch. Oxygen Minimun Zone transects fro paleoceanographic reconstructions in Santa Barbara Basin, CA. Deep Sea Research II (in review).
Borreggine, M., S. E. Myhre, K. A. S. Mislan, C. Deutsch, C. V. Davis. A database of paleoceanographic sediment cores from the North Pacific, 1951-2016. Earth System Science Data (in review).
Myhre, S. E., C. Davis, M. Borreggine, C. Deutsch. Synthesis of North Pacific oxygen fluctuations during the climate transitions of the last 20,000 years. For Paleoceanography
Davis, C., S. E. Myhre, M. Borreggine, B. Caissie, S. Praetorius, K. Katsuki, C. Deutsch. Abrupt sea ice and temperature changes in the Subarctic Pacific and marginal seas through the past 20,000 years: A paleoceanographic synthesis. For Paleoceanography