About me:

I'm a marine ecologist with an interest in the processes that shape communities and ecosystems at scales ranging from local assemblages to global biomes. I'm particularly interested in the role that large mobile predators play in the structure and function of communities and ecosystems, and how they can be accounted for in management strategies.

I completed my PhD at Simon Fraser University in July 2014. My thesis research explored how body size is related to abundance and trophic position in nearshore reef fish communities, and what these relationships can tell us about the processes underpinning community structure and function, and ecosystem baselines. More information on background and experience are in my CV. I'm also on ResearchGate and Google Scholar.