Taylor Gill

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Research Interests

I am interested in understanding the impact of ocean acidification and global warming on coral reef communities in the Florida Keys.

Taylor Gill

Mission: Iconic Reefs Climate Monitoring Coordinator, Coral Program, Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division

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Miami, Florida 33149

Taylor Gill began her journey with AOML’s Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division as a Coral Program intern on National Coral Reef Monitoring Program (NCRMP) Climate Monitoring and Coral ‘Omics research. She has since started a role of Mission: Iconic Reefs Climate Monitoring Coordinator. In her current capacity, Taylor plays a vital role in assisting with both field and laboratory projects while overseeing the development of comprehensive climate monitoring instrumentation to be deployed in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS) and provide real-time ocean chemistry data. 

Taylor holds a B.S. degree in Marine and Atmospheric Science from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, obtained in 2022. Her previous research endeavors include reef restoration, genotypic tracking, and coral growth monitoring, complemented by her dedication to scientific outreach and community education.

Current Work

Support the Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystem Division’s National Coral Reef Monitoring Program.

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2018 – 2022, B.S. Marine and Atmospheric Science, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, FL

OAR Team Members of the Year – Outreach and Education 2023

For exemplary response to the unexpected and unprecedented 2023 coral bleaching event in South Florida and their efforts to communicate the event to the American public.

SURGE Award, University of Miami Rosenstiel School, April 2022

Future Charitable Leader Award, Lunch Break

Tushar Bhatnagar Award, Ranney School