Jim Barry serves as a member of the Fellowship & Curriculum Committee at the Center for Ocean Solutions. He is a benthic ecologist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) studying several aspects of the biology and ecology of marine organisms and communities.
Meg Caldwell serves as the executive director for the Center for Ocean Solutions. She also directs the Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program at Stanford Law School, where her research and teaching focuses on the use of science in environmental and marine resource policy development and implementation as well as private and public incentives for natural resource conservation.
Ove Hoegh-Guldberg is an active collaborator with the Center for Ocean Solutions, including acting as spokesman on coral reefs and climate change during the climate treaty negotiations in Copenhagen, coordinating a Forum for Pacific environmental leaders as part of the Center’s Training and Outreach program, and playing an active role in the formation of the Climate Change Initiative and Pacific Ocean crosscutting project.
Ryan Kelly is a visiting fellow with Stanford University's Center for Ocean Solutions. Ryan's role is to bridge the divide between hard scientific data and policymakers' use of those data, bringing both technical and legal analysis to bear on issues affecting the coastal ocean.
Jeff Koseff is a member of the Center for Ocean Solutions (COS)
Management Committee. He is the Perry L. McCarty Director of Stanford Woods
Institute for the Environment, the William Alden Campbell and Martha
Campbell Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the
Michael Forman University Fellow in Undergraduate Education, all at
C. Brock Woodson was an early career science fellow at the Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) and now works at the Unversity of Georgia. He continues to work with COS on the development of a Kelp Forest Observatory and on techniques for model-data comparisons for marine larval dispersal.