Impacts of multiple stressors on marine communities

Marine environments are often exposed to a complex mix of many stressors. 

In particular, ocean warming caused by climate change and the proliferation of artificial structures and increased pollution from rapid urbanisation are emerging as major stressors to coastal systems around the globe. This research program aims to determine the impacts of multiple stressors on the resilience and functioning of marine communities through manipulative experiments. 

  • coral reef
Deputy Director (Undergraduate Teaching) for the Centre of Marine Science and Innovation & Scientia Fellow