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Gretchen Goodbody-Gringley


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Gretchen Goodbody-Gringley


Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
Bermuda

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Gretchen received her PhD in Evolutionary Biology from Harvard University in June 2009, with the majority of her field-work conducted at BIOS. She subsequently completed a postdoctoral research position at Mote Marine Laboratory before returning to BIOS in 2011. Her research interests are the evolution of life history strategies and effects on population maintenance and dispersal capabilities of sessile marine invertebrates. Her PhD research examined larval longevity and gene flow of a brooding coral compared to a broadcasting coral in the Caribbean. - See more at: http://www.bios.edu/about/team-members/gretchen-goodbody-gringley/#sthash.OqrTJcvu.dpuf

Publications
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Research details (top 5 / category)
Fields
1  Biodiversity
1  Molecular ecology
1  Ecology
1  Community structure
1  Physiology

Focusgroups
1  Fishes
1  Scleractinia (Hard Corals)

Locations
3  Bermuda
1  Bahamas
1  Curaçao
1  Honduras - Bay Islands
1  Israel - Red Sea

Platforms
3  Diving (unspecified)
1  Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
1  Diving - Technical Open-Circuit
1  Diving - Technical Rebreather
1  Diving - Regular Open-Circuit

Co-authors
1  Andradi-Brown
1  Appeldoorn
1  Bejarano
1  Brokovich
1  Eyal