Environmental Gradients

While much of our research focuses on the context dependency of species interactions, we also feel it is important to understand the physical processes that generate these contexts at multiple spatial and temporal scales. This is particularly important because many of these contexts are due to environmental and biological gradients that will be altered with a changing climate.

  • Coastal oceanography and resource gradients for oysters in CA
  • Effect of multiple parasites in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Host-Parasite Biogeography
  • Coastal Geomorphology Gradient Cause Biogeographic Variance in Oyster Reef Morphology