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Dr Baker, David Michael

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Assistant Professor

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Dr Baker, David Michael

Title:
Assistant Professor

Curriculum Vitae:

Research Interests:(click to check for cognate researchers)

Professional Qualifications
YearAwarding InstitutionQualification
2001St. Mary's College of MarylandB.A. in Biology
2004American UniversityM.S. in Biology
2010Cornell UniversityPh.D. in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Biography

I am a multi-disciplinary ecologist who studies how humans impact the ecology and evolution of the oceans. I am particularly interested in coral reef ecosystems, which are currently undergoing a perilous decline. My group's research scales from the ecosystem to cellular level, and combines tools in geochemistry, stable isotope ecology, ecophysiology, and molecular biology to answer questions pertaining to coral symbiosis and interactions with anthropogenic stressors. By improving our understanding of how corals function and how they have evolved over time, my goal is to foster their conservation for future generations.

 
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
2013-11-01Early Career Award: University Grants Committee
Others
2015-03-01Marine Conservation Fellowship - Nominee: Pew Charitable Trust
Research Achievement
Professional Societies
Term PeriodPositionProfessional Societies
01/2015-12/2019CouncilorInternational Society for Reef Studies
Media Contact Directory
Area of Expertise:
Area of Expertise (EN)Area of Expertise (ZH)
Symbiosis
Stable isotope ecology
Marine pollution
Global change
Coral reef ecology
Biogeochemistry
Spoken Languages:
Spoken Language(s) (EN)Spoken Language(s) (ZH)
English英語
Written Languages:
Written Language(s) (EN)Written Language(s) (ZH)
English英文
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