Are ocean ecosystems moving in the same direction as terrestrial ones?
Seminar with Malin Pinsky, 16 September 2016

The same ecological and evolutionary processes operate in both marine and terrestrial environments, and yet marine ecosystems have substantially different physical conditions, geographic patterns, and taxonomic diversity than ecosystems on land. Given these differences, do the process of global change play out similarly on land and in the ocean? In this talk, Malin Pinsky will present a few striking contrasts and similarities.

Malin Pinsky is Assistant Professor at the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources at Rutgers State University of New Jersey.