Cara Manning

Assistant Professor

Department of Marine Sciences

Expertise: Arctic climate change, marine productivity and carbon cycling, environmental impacts of nutrient pollution

Dr. Manning is an Assistant Professor in the UConn Department of Marine Sciences. Her research focuses on developing and applying methods to measure gases and other biogeochemical tracers (e.g., stable isotopes) in the environment. A particular focus of research is on mobile methods that enable high throughput observations in dynamic systems. Manning has experience applying these methods to conduct research on topics ranging from marine productivity, to Arctic greenhouse gas emissions, to the environmental impacts of resource development and nutrient pollution.