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MAST/ENVI 263 The Global Ocean: An Interdisciplinary Introduction (Fall)
MAST/ENVI 265 Coral Reefs: Ecology, Threats, and Conservation (Fall)
MAST/ENVI 263 The Global Ocean: An Interdisciplinary Introduction (Spring)
MAST/ENVI 258 Debating Ocean Biodiversity at the Intersection of Science and Policy (Spring)
Undergraduate Institution: Colgate University, Natural Sciences
Graduate Institution: Oregon State University, Integrated Biology
Research: How and why marine species exist in particular habitats
Tim studies community ecology, species interactions, dispersal, and adaptation. While working towards his Ph.D., Tim used genetic and field ecology techniques to study larval dispersal and the lionfish invasion. As a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of South Florida, he studied how fluctuation in abiotic conditions affected species interactions on and persistence of oyster reefs.
Tim is passionate about teaching. Before joining the faculty at Williams-Mystic, he taught Ecology and Environmental Science at Keys Marine Laboratory in the Florida Keys and developed a Marine Ecology field course at the Keys Marine Laboratory in the Florida Keys. He is also an avid hiker and SCUBA diver.
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