Work: 508 289 4864
Building: Marine Research Facility 241
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
I am a broadly trained ecologist whose research provides insight into the trophodynamics of communities inhabiting rapidly changing environments or under threat from anthropogenic influences. My research combines stable isotopes, fatty acids, heavy metals and other dietary biomarkers with classical approaches to explore both basic and applied questions on how life-history behaviors influence divergent responses to shared environmental stressors.
2012 - Ph.D. Marine Biology - University of North Carolina Wilmington 2001 - B.S. Marine Biology - University of North Carolina Wilmington