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Lu Guan

Ichthyoplankton dynamics in the Strait of Georgia

Lu Guan
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B.Sc: Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China MA.Sc: Memorial University of Newfoundland My broad interests include marine ecology (particularly larval ecology), Fisheries oceanography

John Dower

Biology, University of Victoria

05/2008 - present

Population Connectivity, PC-02: Dispersal patterns in the Strait of Georgia

lguan@uvic.ca

I study the ichthyoplankton dynamics in the Strait of Georgia (British Columbia, Canada) for my doctoral research. This research will be set on two levels: the population level and the community level, with the focus on population connectivity and community ecology, respectively. More specifically, I will investigate population connectivity of different larval fish species in the strait and exploring their dispersal pathways; and also will examine long-term changes (1980s - recent) in the SoG ichthyoplankton community and associated environmental driving factors.

The specific project/thesis aims projects are:

    1. Population connectivity of larval fish in the Strait of Georgia.
    2. Long-term changes of SoG ichthyoplankton community and associated environmental driving factors.
    3. Temperature driving phenology changes in SoG larval fish assemblage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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