Jeffrey H. R. Goddard

Marine Science Institute University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Invertebrate Zoology, Intertidal Ecology, Invasive species, Conservation Biology
"Jeffrey Goddard"

I grew up exploring the shores of San Francisco Bay, and have been interested in the natural history and systematics of intertidal invertebrates from the northeast Pacific Ocean ever since. I did my Senior Thesis at UCSC under John Pearse and Todd Newberry, and my M.S. and Ph.D. degrees under Peter Frank at the University of Oregon. When I first came to UCSB in 1998, I worked for a few years with Armand Kuris, Kevin Lafferty and Mark Torchin. My taxonomic specialty is the opisthobranch gastropods, especially nudibranchs and their prey. I have returned to Oregon many summers to teach Coastal Biology with my friend and colleague, Dr. Stewart Schultz from the University of Zadar, Croatia.


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Andrew Todd Newberry research assistant 1973-1977 UC Santa Cruz
John S. Pearse research assistant 1973-1977 UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz
Peter W. Frank grad student 1992 University of Oregon


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Terrence M. Gosliner collaborator 2007- UC Santa Barbara
John S. Pearse collaborator 2007- UC Santa Barbara
Stewart T. Schultz collaborator 2007- UC Santa Barbara
Brenna Green collaborator 2008- UC Santa Barbara
Chad L. Hewitt collaborator 1987-1993 University of Oregon
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Alan L. Shanks collaborator 1997-1998 UC Santa Barbara
Armand M. Kuris collaborator 1998-2001 UC Santa Barbara
Kevin D. Lafferty collaborator 1998-2001 UC Santa Barbara
Ali Hermosillo collaborator 2006-2007 UC Santa Barbara
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Goddard JH, Gosliner TM, Pearse JS. (2011) Impacts associated with the recent range shift of the aeolid nudibranch Phidiana hiltoni (Mollusca, Opisthobranchia) in California. Marine Biology. 158: 1095-1109
Kuris AM, Goddard JH, Torchin ME, et al. (2007) An experimental evaluation of host specificity: the role of encounter and compatibility filters for a rhizocephalan parasite of crabs. International Journal For Parasitology. 37: 539-45
Goddard JHR, Torchin ME, Kuris AM, et al. (2005) Host specificity of Sacculina carcini, a potential biological control agent of the introduced European green crab Carcinus maenas in California Biological Invasions. 7: 895-912
Silva PC, Woodfield RA, Cohen AN, et al. (2002) First report of the Asian kelp Undaria pinnatifida in the northeastern Pacific Ocean Biological Invasions. 4: 333-338
Goddard JHR, Foster NR. (2002) Range extensions of sacoglossan and nudibranch mollusks (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) to Alaska Veliger. 45: 331-336
Hewitt CL, Goddard JHR. (2001) A new species of large and highly contractile hydroid in the genus Candelabrum (Hydrozoa: Anthoathecatae) from southern Oregon, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 79: 2280-2288
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