Pedro Guy M. Santos is an oceanographer interested in coastal processes and physical-biological interactions. He is responsible for fieldwork planning, data acquisition and processing, giving support to scientists at the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) and the Coastal Processes and Ecosystems Laboratory (CaPE Lab) to conduct their research projects. He is specialized in seafloor mapping, hydrography, geoprocessing, and time series analysis.
Pedro has a MSc in Biological Oceanography and BSc in Oceanography from the Oceanographic Institute at the University of São Paulo. He studied the influence of the wind field and Brazil Current meandering on the input of nutrients and phytoplankton growth in the inner shelf under the long term ChloroGIN/Antares project.
- MSc in Biological Oceanography, Oceanographic Institute of USP (IO-USP), 2015
Thesis: Co-evaluation of success components in salt marsh restoration and the shellfish industry on outer Cape Cod, MA
- BS in Oceanography, Oceanographic Institute of USP (IO-USP), 2012
Thesis: Study of the seasonal variations of phytoplankton biomass and nutrients off Ubatuba, São Paulo, in response to the wind field
- 01/2022 - Hydrographer/Marine Scientist, Center for Coastal Studies, Provincetown, MA
- 01/2018 - Senior Geoscientist Analyst, Tetra Tech, São Paulo, SP - Brazil
- 12/2014 - Environmental Modeling Specialist, Tetra Tech, São Paulo, SP - Brazil
- 05/2010 - Laboratory Technician - LONCKE, São Paulo, SP - Brazil
Link to website: linkedin.com/in/pedro-guy