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ClamSurvey2013Daphne Munroe

Marine and Coastal Sciences

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I study population connectivity in marine shellfish. These populations are often the key components of important ecological processes (sediment stabilization or water filtration), and are also the basis of many coastal fisheries and aquaculture systems. My research examines how changes in water temperature and ocean circulation are and will continue to change the connectivity and population dynamics in these populations, ultimately playing a role in the stability of these populations as human food resources.



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