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Graduate students

To uncover how the mechanics of the inner ears aids directional hearing in fishes.

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Using field studies and remote sensing to understand global change impacts on the performance, ecological interactions, and population dynamics of Galapagos and Magellanic penguins.

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To understand the biotic recovery of mammals following the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction

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I use data science methods to explore the complex interactions among competing species.

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Functional morphology, biomechanics, morphological evolution
Understand how organisms change their allocation of energetic resources as environmental conditions change.
Understand how crops respond to a changing climate to address mitigation and adaptation in agricultural systems.

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My research focuses on using bone tissue microstructure as a proxy for growth and life history in Permo-Triassic vertebrate fossils.

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I am studying how Pacific Northwest climate and plant communities responded to a global warming event in Earth's past.

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I am curious about the active and passive forces that give rise to dynamic cell shape.

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Connect changes in prey availability and toxicant exposure to killer whale gut microbiome variation and reproductive success.
Tropical hummingbird ecology and foraging patterns

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Understanding the behavior, life history, and macroevolution of multituberculate mammals—the greatest group of mammals that ever lived.

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