Israel Del Toro
Title: Ecosystem Services Across Scales: Don’t forget about the little gals!
North Carolina State University
Title: Citizen Science: Designing for Actionable Knowledge
University of California, Santa Barbara
Title: Who’s Your Mommy?: Transgenerational effects in purple sea urchins in a global change context
University of Victoria
Title: Why Phenotypic Variation Matters for Ecology
Dr. Tim Coulson is a Professor of Zoology at the University of Oxford. He is interested in using structured population models parameterized with data from both laboratory and field systems to link ecological and evolutionary theory. He has worked on systems ranging from laboratory populations of bulb mites, through experimental populations of guppies living wild in Trinidad to the reintroduced population of wolves living in Yellowstone. His recent work has shown that we should expect parameters that describe ecological change and those that characteristic evolution to vary together in the face of environmental change. In 2013 he became associate head of department of Zoology. He is also editor of the Journal of Animal Ecology.