Curtis A. Deutsch

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Professor of Geosciences
and the High Meadows Environmental Institute

The Department of Geosciences and the High Meadows Environmental Institute

Climate Science, Geochemistry

Research Summary: Oceanography; biogeochemical cycles and the climate system; biodiversity and physiological adaptation to environmental change; oceanic nitrogen (N) cycle; response of ocean circulation and carbon cycling to climate change.

Recent Publications

3 Publications
Penn, Justin L., and Curtis Deutsch. 2022. “Avoiding Ocean Mass Extinction from Climate Warming”. Science 376: 524-26. doi:10.1126/science.abe9039.
Deutsch, C., H. Frenzel, J.C. McWilliams, L. Renault, F. Kessouri, E. Howard, J.-H. Liang, D. Bianchi, and S. Yang. 2021. “Biogeochemical Variability in the California Current System”. Progress in Oceanography 196. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2021.102565.
Inomura, K., T. Masuda, M. Eichner, S. Rabouille, T. Zavřel, J. Červený, M. Vancová, G. Bernát, G. Armin, P. Claquin, E. Kotabová, S. Stephan, D.J. Suggett, C. Deutsch, and O. Prášil. 2021. “Quantifying Cyanothece Growth under DIC Limitation”. Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal 19: 6456-64. doi:10.1016/j.csbj.2021.11.036.

Recently In The News

Unchecked global emissions on track to initiate mass extinction of marine life
April 29, 2022

As greenhouse gas emissions continue to warm the world’s oceans, marine biodiversity could be on track to plummet within the next few centuries to levels not seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs, according to a recent study in the journal Science by Princeton University researchers.

Climate scientist Curtis Deutsch joins Geosciences, High Meadows Environmental Institute faculty
Sept. 7, 2021

Climate scientist Curtis Deutsch, whose work focuses on understanding interactions between climate and ecosystems, has joined the Princeton faculty as a Professor of Geosciences and the High Meadows Environmental Institute …

Recent Events

Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar: Climate Change and the Body Size of Marine Species
Sep 16, 2021, 12:30 pm

Relationships between body size and temperature are widely observed in laboratory experiments and the geological record of marine species, but a predictive theory is lacking.

Location
220 Guyot Hall