Debby Ianson

Chercheur scientifique
Pêches et Océans Canada

Recherche et / ou projets en cours

Je m'intéresse à la recherche océanographique interdisciplinaire liée à la variabilité climatique à diverses échelles temporelles et spatiales. La modélisation est mon outil principal, mais j'aime aussi travailler sur-le-champ et d'observer de mes propres yeux le système que je tente de modeler. Autre que mon côté scientifique, j'aime passer du temps avec mon fils, explorer la nature, pratiquer des activités de plein air allant du jardinage au ski de randonnée. Je tente aussi d'utiliser le moins possible les combustibles fossiles sans avoir à renoncer à ces activités.

Prix et études

Diplômes:

  • MSc., Physics (1993), University of British Columbia
  • PhD., Oceanography (2001), University of British Columbia
  • BSc.E. honours, Physics (1991), Queen's University

Principales publications

  1. Ianson D., Feely R. A., Sabine C. L. and L. W. Juranek. 2009. Features of Coastal Upwelling Regions that Determine Net Air-Sea CO2 flux. Journal of Oceanography. 65:677-687.
  2. Cullen, J. T., Chong, M. and Ianson, D. 2009. The British Columbian continental shelf as a source of dissolved iron to the subarctic northeast Pacific Ocean. Global Biogeochem. Cycles. doi:10.1029/2008GB003326.
  3. Jackson, J.M., Myers P. G. and Ianson, D. 2009. An examination of mixed layer sensitivity in the northeast Pacific Ocean from July 2001 - July 2005 using the General Ocean Turbulence Model and Argo data. Atmosphere-Ocean. 47(2):139-153, doi:10.3137/OC308.2009.
  4. Feely, R. A., Sabine, C. L., Hernandez-Ayon, J. M., Ianson, D. and Hales B. 2008. Evidence for Upwelling of Corrosive 'Acidified' Water onto the Continental Shelf. Science. 1155676(1). DOI:10.1126/science.155676
  5. Nemcek, N., Ianson, D. and Tortell P. D. 2008. A High-resolution survey of DMS, CO2 and O2/Ar distributions in productive coastal waters. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 22. GB2009. doi:10.1029/2006GB002879.
  6. Jackson, J. M., Myers, P. G. and Ianson, D. 2006. An examination of advection in the northeast Pacific Ocean, 2001-2005. Geophys. Res. Lett. 33(15):L15601. http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2006GL026278
  7. Ianson D., Jackson G. A., Angel M. V., Lampitt R. S. and Burd A. B. 2004. The effect of net avoidance on estimates of diel vertical migration. Limnol. Oceanog. 49:2297-2303.
  8. Stemmann L., Jackson G. A. and Ianson, D. 2004. A vertical model of particle size distributions and fluxes in the midwater column that includes biological and physical processes - Part I: model formulation. Deep Sea Research I. 51:865-884.
  9. Ianson, D., Allen S. E., Harris S. L., Orians K. J., Varela D. E. and Wong C. S.. 2003. The inorganic carbon system in the coastal upwelling region west of Vancouver Island, Canada. Deep Sea Research I. 50:1023-1042.
  10. D. Ianson and S. E. Allen. 2002. A two-dimensional nitrogen and carbon flux model in a coastal upwelling region. Global Biogeochem. Cycl. 16(1):10,1029/2001GB00145. This article was chosen for the virtual journal: Editors Choice Biogeosciences: a collection of AGU articles.
  11. D. Ianson, S. Pond, T. R. Parsons. 2001. The spring phytoplankton bloom in the coastal temperate ocean: growth criteria and seeding from shallow embayments. J. Oceanog. 57:723-734.