The Nelson Lab at the MBL

I am an interdisciplinary scientist most interested in the fish related components of marine ecosystems.  I use a combination of field surveys, experimental approaches, stable isotope analysis, and mathematical modeling to quantify the functional role of marine organisms in mediating energy flow, biogeochemical cycles, and community structure. I received my Ph.D. in Chemical Oceanography in 2011 from Florida State University. Currently, I am an Assistant Research Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA where I spend my summers at the Plum Island Long Term Ecosystem Research site thigh deep in marsh mud capturing fish. You can find my Curriculum vitae, publications, and some pictures of my field antics on this site. If you have any questions or would like additional information feel free to contact me. Follow me on twitter @jnelsonPhD

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