Research in the Baum Lab is motivated by a fundamental desire to understand how human activities are altering marine ecosystems, and what the consequences of these changes are both for nature and for society. Our current research centres around the following questions:
news - spring 2015
So many great things happening in the lab this spring!
Huge congratulations to Navarana Smith for being awarded a 3M National Student Fellowship! We couldn't be happier for our wonderful Navi!, April
New article on drivers of Pacific coral reef communities is out in PLoS ONE. Read our press release here, April
Julia and Easton's article Shark-counting divers off Costa Rica reveal limits of marine reserves is out in The Conversation, April
Julia and Easton's new paper with Undersea Hunter is out in Conservation Biology - plummeting shark and ray populations at Costa Rican World Heritage Site, Cocos Island, March
Interested in joining the Baum Lab? We have a PhD Fellowship in Eelgrass Ecology, Conservation, and Climate Change available to start in September 2015. Apply now!
Check out our beautiful new boat at Bamfield, shared with collaborators Sean Rogers, Isabelle Côte, Mary O'Connor, and Brad Anholt, November
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