• Coastal OceanographyA long-term monthly water quality-sampling program is building a database of ocean currents and seawater temperatures along Florida's southeast coast.

  • Eddies and Internal WavesAOML's Florida Area Coastal Environment (FACE) project is collaborating with CHAMP to undertake ship- and mooring-based studies of the physical oceanography and biogeochemistry of cyclonic vortices interacting with the outer edge of the Florida Reef Tract.

  • Ship-Based OceanographyShip-based oceanographic research related to coral reefs is carried on at AOML under the banners of several cooperating projects.

  • Natchanon Amornthammarong, Ph.D.

    • Assistant Scientist
    • 305-361-4537
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    Natchanon Amornthammarong ("Mana") is an engineer/scientist who completed his Ph.D. at Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand in 2006. Dr. Amornthammarong is the co-principal investigator of two projects: 1) Development of an autonomous ammonium fluorescence sensor (AAFS) with a view toward in-situ application, and 2) Development of a submersible ammonium fluorescence analyzer with sustainable power for in-situ and underwater application with a view towards application on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). Amornthammarong was a field scientist of the CLIVAR Repeat Hydrography Program, the Gulf of Mexico and East Coast Carbon Cruise (GOMECC) Program, and the Florida Area Coastal Environment (FACE) Program. Amornthammarong's web site is www.astemlab.com.