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Greg Cutter

  • Greg Cutter
  • Professor
  • Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
  • 431 OceanographyandPhysics Bldg
  • Norfolk, VA 23529
  • 757-683-4929
  • gcutter@odu.edu
  • Dr. Cutter is a biogeochemist who is interested in the fundamental processes linking the biology and chemistry of aquatic systems. He also races sailboats and does adventure motorcycling.
  • Education

    University Of California - Santa Cruz, 1982
    Major: Chemistry
    Degree: Ph. D.
    Revelle College, University of California, San Diego, 1977
    Major: Chemistry
    Degree: B.A.
  • Research Interests

    Processes affecting trace element speciation and distributions in natural waters and sediments Air-sea transport and exchange of gases and trace elements Paleoceanographic tracers Analytical methods for aquatic chemistry Computer modeling of biogeochemical processes
  • Expertise

    Trace Element Cycling in Fresh and Marine Waters / Production of Sulfur Gases Affecting the Earth's Radiation Balance/ Global Change / Paleoceanographic Records of Global Change / Metal Contaminant Cycling in Estuaries / Atmospheric Transport and Deposition of Trace Metals
  • 2013: R&D 100 Award: the most innovative technologies introduced in 2012, R&D Magazine
  • 2007: 23rd Annual Research Award, Old Dominion University