Will Ambrose – Marine Ecology

Dr. Will Ambrose

William Ambrose

207-786-6114

wambrose@bates.edu

Biology

Professor

Carnegie Science Hall, Room 414

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On leave – AY 2015/16 and 2016/17
Ph.D. in Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Professor Ambrose’s research interests focus on understanding processes influencing the structure and function of marine benthic communities. He is particularly interested in how benthic communities might respond to climate change. He also uses the environmental information stored in the hard parts of marine organisms to reconstruct past environments and examine Holocene climate change. His current research also involves invertebrate fisheries biology, focusing on clams and bait worms. His field work takes place in Maine and across the arctic and subarctic.

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View Will’s CV as a PDF.