Job Summary:
I am seeking bright quantitative scientists that can bring new, innovative, and exciting perspectives to our lab. The goals of the fellowship are intentionally broad and highly flexible. A long-standing question in coral reef ecology is what drives their high rates of productivity. This question extends to all tropical coastal systems (seagrass beds and mangroves) and the research in our lab seeks to better understand these drivers through generating comprehensive ecosystem models that integrate across behavioral ecology, population/community ecology, and ecosystem ecology. The overarching goal of our research is to

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