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Interport Lecturer- Dubrovnik to Casablanca

Stuart Sandin

Stuart Sandin is a professor and the Oliver Chair in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Science at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. His research addresses questions of marine community ecology, investigating questions of ecological organization and change in a dynamic ocean. Sandin is the principal investigator of a broad-scale study, the 100 Island Challenge, aimed at learning from the natural variability in structure and functioning of coral reefs across the world’s tropics. Sandin currently serves as the director of the Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation at Scripps, helping to build programming that improves connections between the research community and natural resource managers.