Work: 508 289 3963
Building: Marine Research Facility 212
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
I have used coral-feeding butterflyfishes as a model system for exploring various aspects of foraging ecology, life history theory, and disturbance ecology. Most recently, we have used maternal tagging of embryos to study larval connectivity and self-recruitment of fishes in coral reefs. My fieldwork is based in the south and west Pacific, including French Polynesia, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
2001 B.S. (summa cum laude) Zoology, University of Arkansas
2006 Ph.D. Marine Biology, James Cook University