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RESEARCH OVERVIEW

We investigate the behavior of cephalopods and other marine organisms with an integrative biology approach focused at the organismal level. Molecular, cellular and ecological approaches are used to complement this organismal approach, and there is emphasis on sensory biology and behavioral ecology. Currently we are focused mostly on the highly interdisciplinary subject of camouflage and the visual perception processes that are involved.

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Scientific Staff & Collaborators

Contact Information:
Roger T. Hanlon
Senior Scientist, MBL
Professor (MBL), Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Brown University
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA 02543 USA
(508) 289 - 7700



RESEARCH AREAS

Camouflage & adaptive coloration

Sensory ecology

Sexual selection

Fisheries, aquaculture & conservation

Skin ultrastructure & neurobiology



OUTREACH


NOVA ScienceNow:



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New York Times Segment:


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iBioSeminar: Rapid Adaptive Camouflage and Signaling in Cephalopds.
Part 1: Concepts and questions
(These three seminars are downloadable for individual or classroom use.)


Go to iBioSeminar's website for parts 2 and 3

 

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