Evolution and Ecology
Offices and Labs
Bodega Marine Lab, Box 247, Bodega Bay, CA 94923
+1 707 875 2040
|1999||Ph.D.||Zoology||Oregon State University|
Marine community ecology. Climate change. Biogeography. Local adaptation. Regulation of geographic range limits. Marine invertebrate biology.
CBS Grad Group Affiliations
Graduate Groups not Housed in CBS
Ecology Graduate Group
Bodega Marine Reserve website
Cape Cod, MA
Ecology, invertebrate biology, marine biogeography, marine environmental issues.website
EVE 112 Invertebrate Biology
EVE 114 Experimental Invertebrate Biology
BIS 124 Coastal Marine Research
EVE 111 Marine Environmental Issues
EVE 112L Biol Invertebrates Lab
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Sanford, E. and D.J. Worth. 2010. Local adaptation along a continuous coastline: prey recruitment drives differentiation in a predatory snail. Ecology, in press.
Pincebourde, S., E. Sanford, and B. Helmuth. 2009. An intertidal sea star adjusts thermal inertia to avoid extreme body temperatures. American Naturalist 174: 890–897.
Sanford, E. and D.J. Worth. 2009. Genetic differences among populations of a marine snail drive geographic variation in predation. Ecology 90: 3108–3118.