James Falter
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James L Falter


Jim received his PhD in Oceanography from the University of Hawaii in 2002 and currently works at the University of Western Australia. He is generally interested in how the growth and metabolism of coral reefs respond to environmental and climate change; particularly within the context of increased ocean warming and acidification. His current research is focused on how oceanic and atmospheric processes influence rates of calcification, production, and nutrient cycling in reef communities.

Environmental Sciences Marine Biology

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Research Asst. Prof.

University of Western Australia
School of Earth and Environment

ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies


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