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"Smells Like Home: How Chemical Cues Influence Important Decisions on Coral Reefs"

Danielle Dixson, PhD
Assistant Professor
School of Biology
Georgia Tech

I focus on four interconnected research areas: the use of sensory cues in settlement site selection; connectivity of the marine environment; behavioral interactions between species; and the effect of anthropogenic changes, such as ocean acidification and terrestrial runoff, on the behavior of marine organisms. These efforts are linked by a common theme: understanding how marine animals sense their environment, how they are able to use this information to make decisions on optimal habitat choice and consequences these behavioral choices have on marine conservation and management in a changing environment.


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