David Whitall has authored over 30 papers on pollution and biogeochemistry in the environment and has conducted research in a diversity of systems, including Antarctica, the Gulf of Mexico, the Chesapeake Bay and the U.S. Caribbean. He has been studying pollution in Puerto Rico since 2005. Dr. Whitall joined CCMA in 2003, where he is a currently a senior scientist with CCMA’s National Status and Trends Program. Prior to joining NOAA, he worked as a researcher at Syracuse University and the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation. Dr. Whitall earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a B.S. from the Pennsylvania State University.
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