Claire Mahaffey is a marine biogeochemist at the University of Liverpool, and the lead investigator of the ARISE project.
Her expertise is in quantifying the sources, cycling and sinks for nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon in a range of environments from shelf seas to the oligotrophic open ocean.
Claire has experience in the use of stable isotopes in tracer and natural abundance mode to track nutrients and carbon through marine systems.
UK scientists to explore Changing Arctic Ocean to measure climate change threat
A new £10 Million research programme to investigate how the Arctic Ocean is changing kicks off today (Friday) with its first cruise to the Barents Sea. Over 20 researchers from 16 UK research institutes join forces to understand the knock on effects of rapid warming and sea ice loss in the Arctic region. Read more30 June 2017