Dr. Campbell’s research explores how climate change influences the structure and function of marine ecosystems. His work integrates across several sub-disciplines of ecology (ecophysiology / community ecology / global change biology) to examine the effects of anthropogenic pressures over multiple spatial scales. With an emphasis on seagrasses and coral reefs, his lab uses laboratory and field techniques to understand how foundational species respond to stressors such ocean acidification, ocean warming, and altered food web dynamics.
2012 Ph.D. Florida International University Biological Sciences
Global Change Biology, Seagrass and Coral Reef Ecology