My research program at the University of Washington studies how climate change affects the ecology, physiology and reproduction of ecologically and economically important marine organisms, and what their potential is for adaptation to climate change.
We integrate a diverse set of techniques, ranging from field observations, to biogeochemical and molecular analyses to identify signals of resilience in a changing ocean.
Principles of biology: Biodiversity (lecture/lab)
Marine Biology (lecture/lab)
Tropical Reef Ecology (lecture/lab)
Biology of shellfish
University of Washington
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
11122 NE Boat St., Box# 355020, Seattle, WA 98105
Office: SAFS 218B
Labs: SAFS 242 & 346
Aquatic Facility: Portage Bay Building 186
Phone: (206) 543-7878