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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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Shirley Pakula

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Dan Orr

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Derek Somo

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Dr. Sam Starko

Sam is a marine biologist interested in how habitat-forming foundation species interact with the environment and how the environment can influence interactions between species. His work combines molecular techniques, biomechanics and field ecology to better understand how environment-organism interactions can influence processes important to ecology, evolution and conservation. Sam has just started an NSERC postdoctoral…

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Dr. Iain McGaw

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