Saba, Grace

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  • Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences
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Dr. Grace Saba’s research interests are in the fields of coastal marine organismal ecology and physiology, with emphasis on how organisms interact with their environment and other organisms, how physiological processes impact biogeochemistry, and how climate change (i.e., ocean acidification and warming) impacts these processes.




Schofield, O., Aragon, D., Jones, C., Kohut, J., Miles, T. N., Roarty, H., Saba, G., Yi, X., Glenn, S. 2018. Maturing glider technology providing a modular platform capable of mapping ecosystems in the ocean. In Challenges and Innovations in Ocean In-Situ Sensors, Delory and Pearlman (Eds). Elsevier, York. pp. 173-193.

Schofield, O., Glenn, S., Kohut, J., Miles, T., Roarty, H., Saba, G., McDonnell, J. 2018. Developing practical data skills in undergraduate students using ocean observatories. Marine Technology Society 52(1): 1-7.

Chave, R., Buermans, J., Lemon, D., Taylor, J.C., Lembke, C., DeCollibus, C., Saba, G., Reiss, C.S. 2018. Adapting Multi-Frequency Echo-sounders for Operation on Autonomous Vehicles. OCEANS’18 MTS/IEEE, Charleston, SC, USA, 2018, pp. 1-6.

Kohut, J., Glenn, S., McDonnell, J., Miles, T., Saba, G., Schofield, O. 2018. Workforce Development Supporting the Blue Economy: A Master’s Program of Integrated Ocean Observing at Rutgers University. OCEANS’18 MTS/IEEE, Charleston, SC, USA, 2018, pp. 1-8.

Saba, G., Wright-Fairbanks, E., Chen, B., Cai, W.-J., Barnard, A.H., Jones, C.P., Branham, C.W., Wang, K., Miles, T. 2018. Developing a profiling glider pH sensor for high resolution coastal ocean acidification monitoring. OCEANS’18 MTS/IEEE, Charleston, SC, USA, 2018, pp. 1-8.

Schofield, O., Brown, M., Kohut, J., Nardelli, S., Saba, G., Waite, N. 2018. Changes in the upper ocean mixed layer and phytoplankton productivity along the West Antarctic Peninsula. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 376: 20170173,

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