Jordyn Moscoso

PhD Student

Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Boelter Hall 9277

Personal Website


My research is centered on understanding impacts of dynamical ocean processes on biogeochemistry, ecology, and food-web structure. Specifically, my research focuses on the physical processes that control patterns of productivity in the California Current System — one of four Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems — through idealized ocean modeling. Along with research, I am a member of the Do-it-yourself Dynamics (DIYnamics) team. With DIYnamics, I create content and videos to complement concepts in geophysical fluid dynamics taught in the classroom.