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Coastal Carolina University
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, South Carolina
Nutrient dynamics, organic matter cycling, redox processes, early diagenesis, benthic ecosystem function, permeable sediment biogeochemistry and biodiversity, biogeochemical sensors for autonomous platforms, marine policy, environmental assessment and monitoring indicators, animal-sediment interactions, benthic-pelagic matter-and-energy coupling, large organic falls.
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Angelos Hannides, an assistant professor in marine chemistry in the Department of Marine Science, studied marine science and biology at the University of Miami (B.S., 1997), marine environmental sciences at Stony Brook University (M.S., 2001) and oceanography at the University of Hawaii (Ph.D., 2008). His specialty is in marine biogeochemistry, and he focuses on organic matter cycling and nutrient dynamics.
Hannides' main research interests include the study of sandy habitats as a major ecosystem service provider, the advancement of autonomous biogeochemical observations of the marine environment, and the science-driven assessment and management of ocean health.