Matthew D. McCarthy

DivisionPhysical & Biological Sciences
DepartmentOcean Sciences Department,
Institute of Marine Sciences
OfficeA451 Earth & Marine Sciences
Campus Mail StopOcean Sciences
Matthew D. McCarthy

Research Interests

Organic geochemistry, marine organic geochemistry, global biogeochemical cycles. Particularly use of amino acids and other nitrogen-containing biomarkers to study open ocean and hydrothermal sea floor ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles.

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Washington, Oceanography [Organic Geochemistry]
B.S., University of California, San Diego, Chemistry/Biochemistry

Honors, Awards and Grants

Carnegie Institution of Washington Fellow, 1998
State of Hawaii (School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology) Young Investigator Award, 1999
Chateaubriand Fellow, France Department of State, Science and Technology Mission, 1998

Selected Publications


Courses Taught

OCEA 1 The Oceans
OCEA 80B Our Changing Planet
OCEA 124/224 Aquatic Organic Geochemistry
EART 213 Biogeochemical Cycles
EART 254 The Climate System