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Dave Lee, PhD
Blue Carbon +
Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE)
David Ho, PhD
Dr. Lee provides technical advice on emerging bio-based carbon removal technologies, either for potential investment opportunities or as sources of carbon offsets.
Dr. Lee is a plant molecular biologist, and has been working with the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E to develop novel technologies in the agricultural and biotechnology fields. These include technologies ranging from enhanced bioenergy crops to sensors and models to accurately quantify GHG fluxes in agricultural environments.
Dr. Lee has experience with agricultural systems in both terrestrial and marine environments, which range from traditional row crops such as corn to macroalgae. He is currently investigating synthetic biology and other interdisciplinary approaches to terrestrial carbon biosequestration (carbon farming).
UC San Diego
Harvey Mudd College
David Ho is a Professor of Oceanography in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and an Adjunct Senior Research Scientist at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University.
He is a geochemist whose research focuses on air-sea gas exchange in coastal and open oceans environments, the carbon cycle in mangrove and coral reef ecosystems, and the use of tracers to study transport processes in aquatic systems.
Dr. Ho currently serves on the Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry Project’s Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Committee, and is a member of Ocean Visions’ Expert Team on the Safe Elevation of Alkalinity for the Mitigation of Acidification Through Electrochemistry (SEA MATE) project.