Personnel

Collaborators

Affiliation Areas of Research Email
Jake Allgeier University of Michigan Role of fish derived nutrients in coral reef ecosystems Email
Scott Bainbridge Australian Institute of Marine Science Coral reef sensor networks
Marissa Baskett UC Davis Ecological modeling Email
Alessandro Capra Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia Photogrammetry of coral reefs Email
Steeve Comeau University of Western Australia Impacts of climate change on calcium carbonate budgets of coral reefs Email
Adrienne Correa Rice University Diversity and evolutionary histories of marine microorganisms; the context-dependent roles of dinoflagellate symbionts, bacteria and viruses in host health and disease; and the influence of microbes on ecosystem function and persistence. Email
Ross Cunning University of Miami Coral symbiosis ecology and modelling Email
Erika Eliason UC Santa Barbara How functional traits shape species distributions. Email
Tung-Yung "Tony" Fan National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium (Taiwan) Coral reef sensor networks
Melanie Fewings U of Connecticut Physical oceanography & modeling Email
Tony Fountain SDSC / CalIT2 Sensor Network Middleware
Erik Franklin U Hawaii / HIMB Coral reef ecology & informatics Email
Armin Grun ETH-Zurich Photogrammetric extraction of objects from aerial and satellite images. Email
Dan Holstein Duke University Population connectivity modeling Email
Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez UC Santa Barbara Biological oceanography Email
David Jacobs UC Los Angeles Coral reef paleontology
Geoff Jones James Cook University (Australia) Ecology of reef fishes
Mohsen Kayal UC Santa Barbara Coral community resilience Email
Michel Kulbiki Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement (IRD) (France) Ecology of Reef Fishes
Matthew Lauer San Diego State University Resilience and vulnerability of coastal communities to climate change and natural disasters Email
Matthieu Leray Smithsonian Tropical Reserach Institute The use of experimental and metagenomics approaches to understand how species interactions structure natural communities on coral reefs. Email
Fang-Pang Lin National Center for High-speed Computing (Taiwan) Coral reef sensor networks
Sally MacIntyre UC Santa Barbara Hydrodynamics & ecosystem ecology Email
Vanessa Messmer James Cook University (Australia) Ecology of reef fishes
Chris Meyer Smithsonian Institution Genomics of coral reef organisms Email
Holly Moeller UC Santa Barbara Mathematical and community ecology, the role of acquired metabolism in changing the dynamics of living communities. Email
Phil Munday James Cook University (Australia) Ecology of reef fishes
Kerry Nickols CSU Northridge Spatial dynamics of coastal marine organisms as they are affected by physical processes and anthropogenic influences. Email
Margaret O'Brien UC Santa Barbara SBC-LTER Information Manager Email
Serge Planes CRIOBE (France) Genomics of coral reef organisms
Jonathan Pruitt UC Santa Barbara Interactions between individual traits and the collective attributes of animal societies and biological communities Email
Andrew Rassweiler Florida State University Resilience and abrupt ecological state change Email
Emily Rivest Virginia Institute of Marine Science Ocean acidification and ecological physiology Email
Johanna Rosman UNC Chapel Hill Environmental Fluid Mechanics / Physical Oceanography Email
Andy Shantz Pennsylvania State University Impacts of nutrients on coral reef mutualisms Email
Wade Sheldon University of Georgia GCE-LTER Information Manager Email
Nyssa Silbiger CSU Northridge How natural environmental variability, global climate change, and species interactions shape community processes across different spatial and temporal scales. Email
Mark Steele CSU Northridge Ecology of marine fishes Email
Adrian Stier UC Santa Barbara How species interactions drive ecosystem assembly, biodiversity, and resilience. Email
Andrew Thurber Oregon State University The impact of metazoan diet on biogeochemical processes mediated by archaea and bacteria. Email
Matthias Troyer MIcrosoft Corporation High performance computing and quantum computing, simulations of quantum devices and island ecosystems. Email
Georgios Tsounis CSU Northridge Community ecology of corals Email