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Ph.D. Yale University 1987
I work in the general areas of marine population ecology, evolutionary ecology, and bio-physical interactions. Particular interests include fertilization ecology and larval transport/population connectivity.
Bloodsworth, K.H., Tilburg, C.E., and P.O. Yund. Saco River plume influences the small-scale distribution of Brachyuran crab and mytilid mussel larvae within Saco Bay, Maine. Estuaries & Coasts, in press. DOI 10.1007/s12237-015-9951-5.
2010 to 2014 — $465,663.00 — Collaborative Research: Does larval transport or physiological tolerance set the southern range boundary of a northern blue mussel?; from NSF - Bio Oce
2011 to 2014 — $433,938.00 — MRI: Acquisition of a scanning spectral confocal microscope for multidisciplinary research, teaching and outreach; from NSF
2013 to 2017 — $394,730.00 — Collaborative Research: An integrated theoretical and empirical approach to across-shelf mixing and connectivity of mussel populations; from NSF - Bio Oce
2015 to 2019 — $355,917.00 — Collaborative Research: Intertidal community assembly and dynamics: Integrating broad-scale regional variation in environmental forcing and benthic-pelagic coupling from NSF - Bio. Oce.
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