Branwen in Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut Canada in July 2015

Assistant Professor of Environmental Science
W.M. Keck Science Department
Claremont McKenna - Pitzer - Scripps Colleges
925 N. Mills Ave
Claremont, California 91711

bwilliams at kecksci.claremont.edu


Please note that this site is continually under construction. 


Welcome to the Marine Environmental Change (MEC) Lab at the Claremont Colleges!

I run a student-centric research program with external funding from the NSF, NOAA, and NGS. In my research, we develop and interpret records of environmental variability in our oceans. From these records, we work to understand mechanisms driving natural variability in chemical, biological, and physical oceanography, along with the response of the ocean to anthropogenic climate change.  


RECENT NEWS:

12/12/16 AGU week! See Branwen's poster Wednesday morning (PP31C-2298) and Kay Garlick-Ott present her work Thursday afternoon (EP53C-0962).

10/25/16 Congrats to lab alum Jessica Ng for her first authored paper on Algal Proxy System Modeling based on her senior thesis (www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016703716304707)

10/5/16 Branwen is interviewed for an article "Climate Change Explained" (mashable.com/2016/09/26/5-climate-change-explained/#oKWcGTrtBEqY)

9/01/16 Branwen is featured on National Geographic's best job ever series: 
http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/keywords/branwen-williams/

7/15/16 We are growing deep-sea corals! Collected by the E/V Nautilus crew from off the coast of southern California, we have three species of deep-sea corals for culturing experiments.

2/22/16 Sarah Barnes and Dr. Kelton McMahon are presenting their research on deep-sea corals at the Sciences Meeting in New Orleans

2/17/16 Branwen is giving a science seminar at the University of La Verne.