The Center for Ocean Solutions Team

The skills, knowledge and expertise availible at the Center for Ocean Solutions spans marine and social sciences as well as law, representing the Center's interdisciplinary approach to problem-solving. Our team combines innovation and solid research to solving the intermediate and long-range challenges facing ocean health.
Specialty | Group

Michael Squibb

early career science fellow

Michael works closely with Center partners to maintain and expand projects involving the Kelp Forest Array at Hopkins Marine Station.

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Kristen Weiss

early career science communications fellow

Kristen works with the Center’s research staff to communicate the impact and significance of their projects to a variety of stakeholders, from the general public to policy makers and scientists.

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Stephanie Green

early career science fellow

Stephanie Green leads research on the effects of climate change on ocean food webs. She is also a CIHR Banting Fellow.

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Leah Meth

packard ocean research fellow

Leah's work focuses on tropical marine conservation in the Pacific and Latin America, and explores themes including community-based management, climate change and ocean acidification, small-scale fisheries, and MPA governance.

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Elizabeth Ramsay

communications intern

Elizabeth works to communicate COS' goals and accomplishments through effective writing and web content. She collaborates with the communications staff to help COS expand its social media presence. Elizabeth is currently working towards her master's degree at Moss Landing Marine Labs with a focus in the biology and ecology of seaweed communities.  

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Hoyt Peckham

visiting fellow

Hoyt is the director general of SmartFish, a social enterprise based in La Paz, Mexico.

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