Sensitivity of coastal marine fishes to the combined stressors of acidification, hypoxia and warming
Currently working on the project: Callie Concannon (M.S. student)
Baumann & Nye NSF-OCE #1536165: Collaborative research: Understanding the effects of acidification and hypoxia within and across generations in a coastal marine fish
Baumann, H., Wiley, D. Kaufman, L., Valentine, P., and Gallager, S. Sensitivity of larval and juvenile sand lance Ammodytes dubius on Stellwagen Bank to predicted ocean warming, acidification, and deoxygenation. Northeast Regional SeaGrant Consortium
Prospective graduate students: While there is currently no funded and open opportunity, check this space. Research proposals – when funded – usually need to fill positions relatively quickly. In the meantime, I’m open and committed to work with interested, ambitious, and qualified candidates on competitive fellowship applications that you might want to pursue.
Undergraduates: Volunteering is a great way to get to know the practical, exciting and mundane but necessary aspects of field and experimental biological oceanography. Our experimental season on wild Atlantic silversides generally goes from early April to July, but other types of experiments require continuous attention.
Contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit the Rankin Lab during normal hours to learn more. , that’s when a pair of extra hands is often extremely helpful.