Professor Sean Connell tests theory that relates local and rapid ecological processes to biogeographic processes that operate over long time-scales. For these reasons, he has an interest in climate and how it modifies the influence of human activities and natural processes on the dynamics of marine ecosystems. He has published over 100 papers and book chapters on the ecology of algae, invertebrates, fish and ecosystem dynamics. His book 'Marine Ecology' was published by Oxford University Press and reviewed as being a seminal volume for its scope, depth and multidisciplinary nature. As a journal editor of Marine Biology and member of the Faculty1000, he enjoys assisting authors into print and promoting truly novel ideas and major works in the field.
Sean D. Connell
School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, DP418
University of Adelaide, South Australia 5001, Australia
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