Research

The Raimondi-Carr lab studies aspects of basic and applied ecology and evolutionary biology of coastal ecosystems. Our research spans the land-sea interface, and includes freshwater systems, estuaries, the rocky intertidal, and subtidal reefs. We aim to understand processes that influence behavior, distribution, and interactions of populations and communities of fishes, invertebrates and algae that constitute these ecosystems. Our goal is to advance understanding of these systems and to inform coastal policy and management.

COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

Our lab is involved with many different organizations and research programs.

PISCO

MLPA

Pangas

MARINE

CAMEO

OREGON MPAs

ESNERR

Monitoring Baja California

LAB RESEARCH

Our Postdocs, Graduate student and interns work on a diverse range of systems.

Freshwater

Estuaries and Lagoons

Rocky Intertidal

Subtidal Reefs