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About Gregory Herbert

My research investigates the ecology and evolution of marine ecosystems with particular focus on shelled marine invertebrates. Research in my lab involves a variety of tools, including stable isotope geochemistry, molecular and morphological phylogenetics, paleoecological statistics, and finite element modeling. Current research is heavily focused on documenting the extent of human impacts on biodiversity in the Anthropocene and providing actionable information on conservation priorities to policy makers.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, University of South Florida
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Courses

  • GLY 2100 - History of Life
  • GLY 6739 - The Anthropocene
  • GLY 6739 - Molluscan Biology

Education

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1998 - 2005 Ph.D., University of California, Davis
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1990 - 1994 B.A., Loyola University
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Contact Information

Office: NES 215
Lab: SCA 519

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