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Individual Member Profile
Dr. Charles W Martin Assistant Professor
Nature Coast Biological Station
University of Florida
Position in the INVASIVESNET Associate Member
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Aquatic Invasions
Advisory Editor of BioInvasions Records
Expertise I am a faculty stationed full time at the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station. My research involves examining how biotic processes and anthropogenic activities influence the structure and function of marine, estuarine, and freshwater ecosystems. Current research experimentally assesses how factors such as climate change, invasive species, oil spills, trophic interactions, loss of biodiversity, and hydrology affect Gulf of Mexico ecosystems.
Expertise Keywords
Marine Ecology, Estuarine Ecology, Experimental Ecology, Plant-Animal Interactions, Trophic Interactions, Predator-Prey Interactions, Food Webs, Fish Ecology, Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
Gulf of Mexico, Southeast United States
Myriophyllum, Pomacea, Vallisneria, Oreochromis,
milfoil, apple snail, eelgrass, tilapia
Projects Impacts of oil contamination on estuarine flora and fauna: and Effects of biodiversity on resilience of estuarine fishes to disturbances: Influence of river diversions and habitat restoration on salt marsh food webs: Habitat use and production of seagrass in the Gulf of Mexico, with an emphasis on blue crab linkages to turtlegrass: Submerged vegetation restoration
Online databases
Editorial assignments Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Aquatic Invasions Associate Editor, BioInvasions Records
Reviewing experience Aquatic Invasions, BioInvasions Records
Professional societies Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
Expert networks and working groups
Professional social networks
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