I’ve had the opportunity to work with lots of amazing folks in ecology and other related fields. Here are a few of them.
At the Smithsonian I have worked directly with the Tennenbaum Marine Observatories Network on the MarineGEO program, a collaborative, global effort to monitor and investigate biodiversity in coastal waters.
J. Emmett Duffy – Director, Tennenbaum Marine Observatories Network
Matthieu Leray – Post-doctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Brian Cheng – Assistant Faculty, UMass Amherst
Erica Staaterman – Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Reef Life Survey – University of Tasmania/Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
The MarineGEO project has partnered with Reef Life Survey to further develop a network of marine community surveyors that has to date conducted more than 9000 individual surveys.
Graham Edgar – Lead Scientist, UTas/IMAS
Rick Stuart-Smith – Lead Scientist, UTas/IMAS
Scott Ling – Research Associate, UTas/IMAS
To quantify the impact of repatriated sea otters on kelp forest and seagrass systems, I worked with researchers at the Hakai Institute in British Columbia.
Jenn Burt – PhD researcher, Simon Fraser University
Kira Krumhansl – PhD researcher, Simon Fraser University
Margot Hessing-Lewis – Lead Scientist, Hakai Institute
University of British Columbia
As part of my graduate studies, I conducted field work out the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre with Mary O’Connor and her lab to describe invertebrate communities in seagrass meadows of British Columbia.
Mary I. O’Connor – Associate Professor, UBC
Friday Harbor Labs
At Friday Harbor Labs I worked primarily on subtidal community ecology with a focus on limiting resources, algal subsidies, and sea urchin behavior.
David O. Duggins – Primary Investigator, Friday Harbor Labs
Alex Lowe – PhD Candidate, University of Washington
Aaron Galloway – Assistant Professor, University of Oregon
Wendel Raymond – PhD Candidate, University of Alaska
Robin Elahi – Post-doctoral Fellow, Stanford University