Dr. Edward Chesney|
Fisheries and fish ecology especially as they relate to the early life history or larval stages of fish.
Dr. M. J. Dagg|
Retired, Research Professor
Zooplankton processes in the ocean
Climate change and the ocean
Dr. Alex Kolker|
Geological Oceanography and especially sediment dynamics: I am particularly interested in examining climate and human effects on coastal zones.
Dr. Nancy Rabalais|
Executive Director and Professor
Biological oceanography-continental shelf ecosystems influenced by large rivers, benthic ecology, distribution and dynamics of hypoxia, eutrophication, environmental effects of habitat alterations, integration of science and policy.
Dr. Brian Roberts|
Associate Professor; REU Program Director
Ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry:
I am interested in understanding how human activities affect the capacity of aquatic ecosystems along the continuum from headwater streams and lakes to large rivers, estuaries, and open-ocean ecosystems to process and retain nutrients and energy.
Dr. Paul W. Sammarco|
Larval dispersal and recruitment processes in corals, particularly as they pertain to the continuum from highly localized dispersal and recruitment to distant dispersal.
Dr. Quay Dortch|
Phytoplankton nutrient limitation and utilization, especially in relation to eutrophication, Harmful Algal Blooms, and hypoxia.