Prof. Dr. Stuart Borrett, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Stuart Borrett is a systems ecologist and an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He is a member of the Department of Biology and Marine Biology and affiliated with the Center for Marine Science. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Duke University Network Analysis Center. His research focuses on (1) understanding the processes that create, constrain, and sustain ecological systems and (2) developing a formal science of environment that can be used to comprehend the effects of local and global environmental changes. Current projects center on the effect of sea level rise on nitrogen cycling in the Cape Fear and New River estuaries, NC, and developing and applying Ecological Network Analysis to understand the ecosystem organization and function. His laboratory developed and maintains an R package (enaR) to facilitate the broad application of Ecological Network Analyses. Dr. Borrett currently serves as Chair of the Cape Fear Museum of History and Science Advisory Board. Dr. Borrett and his family are residents of the Burnt Mill Creek watershed in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Talk Title : Applying Ecological Network Analysis to Understand Changing Coastal Ecosystems
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