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I'm an oceanographer and mathematical ecologist, with a background in physical oceanography. My current organizing questions: first, given that climate change can push on a marine ecosystem by a dozen separate pathways simultaneously, which pathways are the crucial ones? Second, what is the role of biological complexity (diversity, adaptability, behavior, life history) in large-scale patterns in the ocean? I use a range of dynamical model methods from high-resolution, spatially explicit simulations to paper-and-pencil sketches of life history and population dynamics.
Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of Washington1 Jan 2010 → …
1/04/21 → 31/03/24
3/12/20 → 2/12/21
Hobbs, L., Banas, N. S., Cohen, J. H., Cottier, F. R., Berge, J. & Varpe, Ø., 24 Feb 2021, In: Biology Letters. 17, 2, 6 p., 20200810.
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Reconciling behavioral, bioenergetic, and oceanographic views of bowhead whale predation on overwintering copepods at an Arctic hotspot (Disko Bay, Greenland)Banas, N. S., Møller, E. F., Laidre, K. L., Simon, M., Ellingsen, I. H. & Nielsen, T. G., 26 May 2021, In: Frontiers in Marine Science. 8, 9 p., 614582.
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