Galapagos corals: Canaries in the coal mine-August 29th

Cheryl Logan, CSUMB/MLML

Moss Landing Marine Labs Seminar Series - August 29th, 2019

Hosted by the Vertebrate Ecology Lab

MLML Seminar Room, 4pm

Open to the public

Dr. Logan is an Associate Professor in the School of Natural Sciences at California State University, Monterey Bay. Her research focuses on the physiological mechanisms that marine animals use to survive in their environments, from the biochemical to the whole organismal level. In the face of climate change, understanding the mechanistic basis for why species ranges are shifting is fundamental to predicting which species will be the “winners” and “losers” in our changing environment. She studies how ecologically important fish and invertebrates regulate their physiology in response to temperature, hypoxia and ocean acidification associated with climate change.

Cheryl Logan Presents: “Galapagos corals: Canaries in the coal mine”