f98u2hosts - Dr. Lisa L. Robbins Dr. Doug Biggs Dr. Lisa L....

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Dr. Lisa L. Robbins Dr. Lisa L. Robbins received her Ph.D. at University of Miami, 1987. Lisa came to USF in 1988 as an Associate Professor and set up the Molecular Paleontology and Biomineralization laboratory. Since that time I have concentrated my research along two lines: the characterization of organic matter (proteins) in fossils which can be used to determine molecular phylogeny and also plays a role in mineralization, and secondly, the role of cyanobacteria in the formation of calcium carbonate mud (biomineralization). Dr. Doug Biggs Dr. Doug Biggs is a Professor of Oceanography at Texas A&M University. Professor Biggs completed his Ph.D. in 1976 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Biggs teaches classes in Ocean Research and Operational Techniques, and Biological Oceanography. Professor Biggs is collaborating with Robert Leben and George Born of the Colorado Center for Astrodynamic Research (CCAR) to compare sea truth measurements of Gulf of Mexico dynamic topography. These measurements are made on training and research cruises with the Sea Surface Height Anomaly measured by TOPEX/Poseidon
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