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!
Genomics-informed models reveal extensive stretches of coastline under threat by an ecologically dominant invasive species

 
 

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@luke_earl: 🇮🇪🍀Irish marine eDNA paper 🧬🌊 Co-first authors Sara and Dulaney led us on an adventure to learn about what invasive species can be spotted using many different eDNA sample types. https://t.co/sVOnEAT4m8
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And she is out!! Congrats @kathrynepack for so successfully defending your PhD thesis today!! The group will miss you! Thanks to the examiners and everybody involved @MarClim_UK, as well as the patience of all the Pacific oysters used in the experiments: https://t.co/Bmu2Yj8TNq https://t.co/ddQh0kjWAN
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@EcographyJourna: Editor's choice: Sampling biases shape our view of the natural world https://t.co/5eyL7ohvpv #biodiversity #data #global #macroecology https://t.co/3wztlfdb5s
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