Dr. Stephanie Green
I study the causes and consequences of biodiversity change in marine ecosystems, with the goal of developing science-based tools to inform conservation and restoration actions under global change. My students and I conduct collaborative research using a range of methods in the field and lab—behavioural observation, manipulative field experiments, theoretical and statistical models, and time series analyses along anthropogenic gradients— to understand how drivers like invasion, climate change, and over-exploitation are altering species interactions within aquatic food webs. I’m also an affiliate scientist with the non-profit Reef Environmental Education Foundation and conduct training in science storytelling with COMPASS. I can’t wait for early morning tide pooling around BMSC!