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Shirley Pakula

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Dr. Richard Palmer

I have broad interests in the comparative morphology, functional morphology/biomechanics, development and evolution of marine invertebrates.  Over nearly four decades of research at BMSC my students and I have made a number of eyebrow-raising discoveries about how marine animals change their form — sometimes quite dramatically — when grown in different environments, a phenomenon known…

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Stella Peters

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Dr. Sean Rogers

Sean’s interest in the ecology and evolution of fishes began during his BSc and MSc research on sea-run brook charr at the University of New Brunswick. He did his PhD at Laval University and was then awarded an NSERC post doctoral fellowship to study coastal and freshwater fishes in the Pacific Northwest. Sean started his…

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Hannah Ross

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Samantha Sandee

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