Professor Dustin Marshall is seeking a marine larval biologist, with strong quantitative skills, to explore the ways in which temperature affects the energetics of development in marine invertebrates.
Lukas Schuster has been working with PhD supervisors Craig White and Dustin Marshall to find out how metabolic rate changes with size in the colonial marine invertebrate Bugula neritina.
Published in Nature Ecology & Evolution.
Published in Invertebrate Biology.
In a recently published letter, Amanda Pettersen and her PhD supervisors propose a simple model to explain a pervasive conundrum: why do cooler mothers produce larger offspring?
A number of large new projects will be getting underway this year as a result of ARC funding schemes.
A recent opinion piece by Dustin Marshall and Craig White has sparked lively debate in the scientific community about our current understanding of reproductive biology and growth dynamics.
Published in Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Linking life-history theory and metabolic theory explains the offspring size-temperature relationship
Published in Ecology Letters.
Colin Olito and Dustin Marshall ask an obvious but neglected question: “what would reproductive strategies look like in the absence of sperm competition?”