Giacomo "Jack" DiTullio

Professor, Director-Grice Marine Laboratory


M.S., Ph.D., University of Hawaii
B.S., St. Francis Xavier University

Research Interests

Phytoplankton ecology and the biogeochemistry of the Southern Ocean.
The ecological study of marine phytoplankton and how they can affect the biogeochemical cycling of iron, carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur.
The effects of trace metals (iron) on primary production in High Nutrient, Low Chlorophyll regions of the World's Oceans.


Medical University of South Carolina, Graduate Faculty

Courses Taught

BIO 342: Introduction to General Oceanography
BIO 502: Special Topics in Marine Biology--- Phytoplankton Ecology
Biol 542: Special Topics--- Aquatic Pollution
BIO 610: Physical Oceanography
BIO 650: Seminar in Marine Biology---Climate Change Impacts on Ocean Biogeochemistry


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