Environmental stress affects our coast and ocean
In the Field
Dr. Daniel Gleason combines manipulative field experiments with laboratory techniques, such as HPLC and DNA fingerprinting, to investigate the ecology of marine invertebrates. Combining these approaches addresses problems at multiple scales of organization, ranging from physiology to populations. Current areas of research include: 1) the role of environmental stresses in the ecology of marine invertebrates, 2) the role of various reproductive modes in maintaining local populations of benthic invertebrates, and 3) recruitment processes.
Last updated: 7/13/2016