Scott Doney, W-76
Scott is a Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Currently serving SEA as a Trustee, Scott has also been an Overseer, and an expert lecturer during the program’s shore component.
Scott cites his ten years’ work in numerical modeling data and analyses (presented in his book to be published this spring), the opportunity to lead the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program (coordinating research for NASA, NSF and NOAA), and his paper on ocean acidification published in Scientific American as his most gratifying accomplishments.
Scott is surprised when he goes to Washington, DC by the number of SEA alumni in the marine management field. He believes that SEA Semester fits a unique niche that is wonderful for the scientific community. It provides a cadre of scientists and policy advisors who have been out to sea. “That alone makes SEA really special.”