Marine Ecology, Climate Change and Food Webs
The ECCOWEBS group investigates how marine food webs “echo” environmental change. We study the effects of environmental change on marine organisms, populations and food webs, from the sub-cellular to the whole-animal level, and complex trophic networks. Our investigation focuses mostly on the effects of warming on coastal organisms and their vulnerability status. Our target species are varied, including corals, mollusks, crustaceans, fish and cetaceans.