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

 

 

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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!
Long-term environmental tolerance of the non-indigenous Pacific oyster to expected contemporary climate change conditions


 
 

Twitter

@NNSatMBA: The latest version of our Marine NNS ID Guide is now available for download (low & hi res versions available) from https://t.co/d7aX5tE7JO @bromleytrust @MBAEcology @NaturalEngland @DevonLNP @DanEatherley #InvasiveAliens #invasivespecies https://t.co/S1y7YH9lAT
h J R
@M_Rius_
@nbierne: Genetic admixture is rampant, admixed lineages are described every day, we cannot call such observations hybrid speciation or words no longer have meanings. Glam journals are guilty for this semantic slipage, it is permeating too much now, this must stop.
h J R
@M_Rius_
@luke_earl: Happy to share a (revised) preprint of a journey started In 2017 w/ @zoologymolly & @ThomasGrevesse to eDNA metabarcode the coastline of South Africa. Interested in #eDNA, urban/community/microbial #ecology and #marine biodiversity? This might be for you. https://t.co/Dz6GTxez5o https://t.co/znTvddx309
h J R
@M_Rius_