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Max C.N. Castorani

2008-2014 UC Davis / San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, United States 
 2014-2017 Marine Science Institute University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
 2017- Environmental sciences University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
"Max C.N. Castorani"


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Kevin A. Hovel grad student 2008-2014 San Diego State University
 (Context-Dependent Species Interactions in Seagrass Ecosystems.)
Susan L. Williams grad student 2008-2014 UC Davis / San Diego State University
Marissa Leanne Baskett grad student 2009-2014 UC Davis
Daniel C. Reed post-doc 2014-2017 UC Santa Barbara


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Kinsey Tedford grad student 2018- UVA
Michael R. Cornish grad student 2019- UVA
Sean Hardison grad student 2019- UVA
Billie A Beckley grad student 2020- UC Santa Barbara
Lauren Brideau grad student 2021- UVA
Ethan Kadiyala grad student 2021- UVA
Rachel S. Smith post-doc 2019- UVA
Maowei Liang post-doc 2021- UVA (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Aburto-Oropeza O, Johnson AF, Agha M, et al. (2018) Harnessing cross-border resources to confront climate change Environmental Science & Policy. 87: 128-132
Castorani MC, Reed DC, Raimondi PT, et al. (2017) Fluctuations in population fecundity drive variation in demographic connectivity and metapopulation dynamics. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Hasler-Sheetal H, Castorani MC, Glud RN, et al. (2016) Metabolomics Reveals Cryptic Interactive Effects of Species Interactions and Environmental Stress on Nitrogen and Sulfur Metabolism in Seagrass. Environmental Science & Technology. 50: 11602-11609
Castorani MC, Reed DC, Alberto F, et al. (2015) Connectivity structures local population dynamics: a long-term empirical test in a large metapopulation system. Ecology. 96: 3141-52
Castorani MC, Hovel KA. (2015) Invasive prey indirectly increase predation on their native competitors. Ecology. 96: 1911-22
Castorani MC, Hovel KA, Williams SL, et al. (2014) Disturbance facilitates the coexistence of antagonistic ecosystem engineers in California estuaries. Ecology. 95: 2277-88
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