Douglas A. Campbell, Ph.D.
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Phytoplankton Ecophysiology
Adjunct Professor, Biology, University of New Brunswick
We study the ecophysiology of phytoplankton, with particular emphases on:
i) Photosystem II and the Photosystem II inactivation/regeneration cycle
ii) Resource allocations and analyses of the costs of growth and acclimation to environmental variation.
iii) New, integrative approaches to quantify and analyze these processes.
We publish actively, collaborate widely, welcome short-term research visitors and welcome applications from qualified post-doctoral, graduate and undergraduate researchers.
A searchable mySQL database of Phytoplankton Photophysiology and Composition: phytoplankton.mta.ca
Mount Allison University101 Barclay
63B York St., Sackville, NB, E4L 3G7, Canada