OCB Mixotrophy Working Group Application
This application is for participation in a recently funded Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) Mixotrophs and Mixotrophy (M&M) Working Group.

The goal of this working group is to bring together experts in order to outline a clear set of top priority mixotrophy research needs and identify methodological gaps in achieving these needs. There are two levels of participation for this working work group: official and unofficial.

An unofficial participant is someone who joins the bi-monthly virtual meetings and contributes to the discussion. Unofficial participants are always welcome and are an important part of the working group by allowing for a wide range of scientists to contribute even if they do not have the time to be an official member. Anyone is free to join the working group as an unofficial participant at any time and attend as many or as few meetings as they choose.

An official participant is expected to actively contribute to all aspects of the working groups activities in some capacity. The number of official participants will also be limited based on the funds available for travel and participation for in person meetings. Someone who agrees to be an official participant in the working group is agreeing to contribute in the following ways:
-Attend a majority of the virtual bi-monthly meetings and participate in the discussion.

-Contribute to the collection and summarizing of data from peer-reviewed literature.

-Contribute to the preparation and writing of ONE of the groups planned manuscripts.
- Attend in-person meetings: Fall 2021 at VIMS for 3 days and Summer 2022 for 2 days at WHOI (before OCB). International participants have the option to participate remotely.

-Contribute to the drafting and finalization of a white paper outlining the working groups priority mixotroph(y) research objectives.

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