PROJECT

BERRP

The Box Earth Recirculation and Recycling Project for Carbon (BERRP) is a planetary-scale ‘box model’ of carbon pathways in deep Earth, provided through an online open access platform. BERRP maximizes the many benefits of an open source environment by making new models accessible to the broader scientific community for their own exploration of carbon cycle scenarios.

Louise Kellogg of UC Davis

Project Lead

  • Dr. Louise Kellogg
    Louise Kellogg University of California Davis, USA
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    Dr. Louise Kellogg
    Louise Kellogg
    University of California Davis, USA

    Dr. Louise Kellogg is a geophysicist with expertise in chemical geodynamics and computational geophysics and experience leading multidisciplinary teams to advance geodynamics modeling and scientific visualization. She is a professor at the University of California Davis and director of the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, a geoinformatics program supported by the US National Science Foundation to advance Earth science research by developing and disseminating software for geophysics and related fields.  She also heads the W. M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in Earth Sciences (KeckCAVES), which provides expertise on scientific visualization of complex data and models.  Kellogg also lends her expertise to DCO as a member of Synthesis Group 2019. 

University of California, Davis 
Louise H. Kellogg, Lead
Joe Dumit
Lorraine J. Hwang 
Oliver Kreylos
Colin Milburn
Sujoy Mukhopadhyay

OFM Research 
Mark Ghiorso

Oxford University
Richard Katz

Smithsonian Institution
Elizabeth Cottrell

This project is supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Contact Info

Earth and Planetary Sciences 
University of California, Davis 
One Shields Avenue 
Davis, California 95616 

contact@berrp.org

 

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