Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Fellowship description and duties: The J. Madin laboratory (www.jmadinlab.org) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (https://www.hawaii.edu/himb/) is seeking to recruit a quantitative ecology postdoctoral fellow who can do fieldwork to join our lab. The successful candidate will design and lead research investigating the structure and function of coral reefs with an emphasis on differences among reef-building coral species in terms of demography, biomechanics, morphology and other functional and life history traits.
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Our paper “Biogeographical disparity in the functional diversity and redundancy of corals” led by Mike McWilliam at JCU now online at PNAS.
Our paper looking at relationships between 2D planar area and surface area and volume has been published at PeerJ. The paper was a collaboration between reef ecologists and medical imaging specialists, and demonstrates tight relationships between what ecologists traditionally measure on the reef, planar size, and traits related to lifestyle (e.g., physiology and demography), surface are and volume.
Joshua Madin, Maria Dornelas and Elizabeth Madin have been awarded $390,000 from the Australian Research Council Discovery Project scheme for their project “Why are complex habitats more diverse?”
Continue reading “ARC funding awarded!”