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Natalie’s research investigates the ecological consequences of Diadema antillarum (Long-spined Sea Urchin) dieback on degraded Caribbean coral reefs. Her work compares the functionality of reef systems in the presence/absence of this keystone herbivore, quantifying phase shifts and barriers to recovery, and classifying the genetic basis of different urchin populations.

Her doctoral research is supported by Operation Wallacea. Natalie's supervisory team includes Drs David Lee and Dan Exton, Head of Research at Operation Wallacea.


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