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|Walther, Benjamin||Marine Science||Dr. Walther's research focuses on using the “natural tag” properties of carbonate hard parts in marine and diadromous fishes to examine dynamics of migration, dispersal, and life …|
|Villareal, Tracy||Marine Science||Dr. Villareal's research interests are in understanding the processes and interactions that structure phytoplankton communities. He has two major research areas: the autecology of the oceanic …|
|Thomas, Peter||Section of Integrative Biology; Marine Science||Cloning and Characterization of Steroid Receptors, Mechanisms of Endocrine Disruption, Molecular Mechanisms of Steroid Action. Professor Thomas's research interests are the endocrine control of …|
|Shank, Gerald||Marine Science||Marine geochemistry - coastal ecosystems, coral reefs|
|Molineux, Ann||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences; Marine Science||Paleozoic biodiversity and the role of encrusters. Curation of Museum invertebrate and plant fossils, and other geological specimens. Development of databases and geographic information systems for …|
|Min, Dong-Ha||Marine Science||Main goals of my research are (i) to better understand physical and biogeochemical processes in the marine environments, and (ii) to better delineate the responses of the environment to climate …|
|McClelland, James||Marine Science||Environmental changes as a consequence of human activity, including changes in land use, land cover, and global warming.|
|Liu, Zhanfei||Marine Science||Dr. Liu is mainly interested in the source, distribution and diagenesis of biogenic compounds in the ocean. Most biogenic compounds are produced in the surface ocean through photosynthesis, and they …|
|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 …|
|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 …|