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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 → …
1/10/19 → 1/10/22
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
Mechanistic understanding of the role of diatoms in the success of the Arctic Calanus complex and implications for a warmer Arctic | Connan, Stacey
1/08/19 → 1/02/23
Project: Research - Internally Allocated
Eat or sleep: availability of winter prey explains mid-winter and spring activity in an arctic Calanus populationHobbs, L., Banas, N. S., Cottier, F. R., Berge, J. & Daase, M., 25 Sep 2020, In : Frontiers in Marine Science. 7, 14 p., 541564.
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Spatial synchrony of breeding success in the blacklegged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla reflects the spatial dynamics of its sandeel preyOlin, A. B., Banas, N. S., Wright, P. J., Heath, M. R. & Nager, R. G., 19 Mar 2020, In : Marine Ecology Progress Series. 638, p. 177-190 14 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile4 Downloads (Pure)