Kathleen M Morrow
I study coral-microbial ecology, competition, and climate change as they relate to coral ecosystem function. In particular, the role that microbes play in defining reef resilience in the face of climate driven impacts and competitive interactions. I completed a PhD at Auburn University in 2011 that focused on coral-macroalgal-microbial ecology in the Caribbean. I also completed an MS in 2006, which investigated kelp forest ecology in high-flow environments off Santa Catalina Island, California.