An article on Hannah's master's research on 'Recovery of Orbicella annularis corals from parrotfish predation' was featured in this month's edition of the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance newsletter, Bionews – available here.
We're excited to share our work with other researchers, managers, and community members in the Caribbean!
A recent graduate from the Marine Conservation Lab, Hannah Rempel, was awarded the best 15-minute talk at the Western Society of Naturalists 2020 conference. She presented part of her master's research on 'Ecological drivers of parrotfish corallivory across multiple spatial scales in the Caribbean'.
You can watch her talk below:
Both graduate and undergraduate students from our lab had a great time presenting research virtually at the 101st meeting of the Western Society of Naturalists conference!
Age and growth of Pismo clam populations:
Coprophagy by tropical herbivorous fishes:
Ecological drivers of parrotfish predation on coral communities:
Well, we're a collection of science-minded marine misfits. But we're always up to something...