Marine Biogeographer (Seattle, WA)
Dr. Samuel Georgian is a marine biogeographer at Marine Conservation Institute. Sam received his Ph.D. in Biology from Temple University as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Before that, he received his B.S. in Biology and B.A. in Environmental Science from Hobart College. During graduate school, Sam studied the distribution and ecophysiology of deep-sea corals in the Gulf of Mexico and Norway. His current research interests are focused on predicting habitat suitability for marine organisms, modeling projections of sea level rise, and studying the wide-ranging effects of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems. When he’s not working, Sam enjoys hiking, climbing, and cycling.