Dr. Greg Sinnett joins Scoot Science
Scoot Science is excited to announce the addition of Dr. Greg Sinnett to the data analysis team. Greg is an ocean scientist and observational oceanographer focused on the dynamic nearshore region. In his role at Scoot, Greg uses theoretical models and observations from a variety of platforms to improve aquaculture's understanding of the nearshore environment.
I'm motivated to observe and understand the nearshore ocean's unique, interrelated, and beautifully complex processes. At Scoot, I look forward to linking nearshore science to an operational understanding that is important to aquaculture and ocean farmers.
Greg uses innovative observational platforms to explore complex processes such as internal wave shoaling, air/sea interaction, nearshore circulation, and mixing. Having earned a Ph.D. from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, Greg is an expert in surfzone and internal wave driven processes and helped pioneer ocean applications of the Distributed Temperature Sensing observational platform. His research has been published in a variety of technical journals and featured by Nature News and other media outlets. Greg also has a passion for education, and developed ocean-related science curricula for high school earth science classrooms as an NSF GK-12 Fellow.