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|Amos, Anthony||Marine Science||Current research interests include the US Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) program, now entering its eighth year of field study. Amos' contribution to AMLR is a survey of the physical …|
|Black, Bryan||Marine Science||Trees are living chronometers of the environment, faithfully recording histories of climate and forest disturbances in the properties of their annual rings. Worldwide, thousands of chronologies have …|
|Buskey, Edward||Marine Science||Professor Buskey's research interests in marine science have focused on studies of the behavioral ecology of marine zooplankton, and how sensory perception mediates behavioral adaptations for …|
|Dickey, Robert||Marine Science|
|Dunton, Kenneth||Marine Science||Benthic marine plants, whether they include the kelp of the Polar Ocean or the seagrasses of the subtropical Gulf of Mexico, are extremely valuable resources to coastal ecosystems. They are critical …|
|Erdner, Deana||Marine Science||Professor Erdner's research seeks to understand the genetic factors and responses that control the growth and distribution of marine phytoplankton. Understanding the regulation of phytoplankton …|
|Esbaugh, Andrew||Marine Science||In general, research in my lab focuses on the interaction between physiology and the environment in marine fish. In particular, my interest lies in the integrative roles of respiratory gas exchange, …|
|Fuiman, Lee||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Marine Science||Professor Fuiman's research includes both laboratory and field experiments on the behavioral and sensory capabilities of fish larvae. Much of it involves frame-by-frame motion analysis of video …|
|Gardner, Wayne||Marine Science||Nitrogen cycling is important in coastal and estuarine ecosystems because nitrogen is transformed to a variety of forms, by autotrophic and heterotrophic processes in the water and sediments, and is a …|
|Hardison, Amber||Marine Science||Coastal marine ecosystems receive nutrient and organic matter inputs from diverse sources, making these sites of intense and complex biogeochemical cycling. My aim is to understand the dynamic …|