15 August 2019. The Baumann lab is happy to announce that Chris Murray has started his new chapter of life and science at the west coast with the University of Washington. Congrats Chris, we know you will do great!
After a phenomenally dedicated four years, Chris defended his PhD in December 2018 and recently graduated with this PhD from UConn.
His thesis titled An experimental evaluation of the sensitivity of coastal marine fishers acidification, hypoxia, and warming
is publicly available at the OpenCommons Site of the UConn Library.
Four recent publications of Chris:
- Murray, C.S.*, Wiley, D., and Baumann, H. High sensitivity of a keystone forage fish to elevated CO2 and temperature. Conservation Physiology (resubmitted)
- Murray, C.S. and Baumann, H. 2018. You better repeat it: complex temperature × CO2 effects in Atlantic silverside offspring revealed by serial experimentation Diversity 10:69
- Murray, C.S., Fuiman, L., and Baumann, H. 2017.Consequences of elevated CO2 exposure across multiple life stages in a coastal forage fish
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74:1051-1061
- Baumann, H., Parks, E.M., and Murray, C.S. 2018. Starvation rates in larval and juvenile Atlantic silversides (Menidia menidia) are unaffected by high CO2 conditions
Marine Biology 165:75-83
[ocean acidification, hypoxia, Atlantic silverside, sand lance, transgenerational effects, climate change]
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Check out some footage of Chris and his lab mates over the years below!