Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

SCHOOL OF OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

SCHOOL OF OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

SCHOOL OF OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

SCHOOL OF OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

Ecology & Evolution Lab

SCHOOL OF OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

 

 

Welcome!

 

 

Our research focuses on the mechanisms that determine and maintain species ranges.
We are particularly interested in the ecological and evolutionary consequences of the global redistribution of biota as a result of human activities
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NEW PAPER!
Contemporary climate change hinders hybrid performance of ecologically dominant marine invertebrates

 
 

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@IUCNRedList: Invasive alien species are one of the main direct drivers of #biodiversity loss and species extinctions. Furthermore, they are one of the most serious and rapidly growing threats to food, health and livelihood security. So what are #InvasiveAlienSpecies, and what is #EICAT? https://t.co/029pGlnzIB
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@Jamie_Bio: Happy to have appeared on the @OceanEarthUoS online graduation today 🎓 it’s a shame this couldn’t have happened in person but thankfully my postdoc position at @NOCnews means I can celebrate with much-missed colleagues in the future 🥂 https://t.co/6kb5zk5NFC
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@Jamie_Bio: A Darwinian Laboratory of Multiple Contact Zones 🧬https://t.co/ROorN8JSqf
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