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


 
 

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@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
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@simongerman600: Digitized ship's log entries from 1740 to 1855 allow us to see old trade routes really clearly. Shows where the European Empires had their colonies. Not sure why Portugal isn’t featured or why the Mediterranean looks empty. Any guesses? Source: https://t.co/2K5O3fQbSa https://t.co/IJsoB7q4ZR
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@DivingPetrel: In this nice paper, @CollMonton from @ICMCSIC synthesized some examples of the positive and negative effects that the pandemic has had on marine ecosystems: Environmental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic from a (marine) ecological perspective https://t.co/z2oXdEa7Rm https://t.co/6XYFTnu8gJ
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