Logan Pallin

Ph.D. Student, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, NSF Graduate Research Fellow, UC Santa Cruz

M.S. Wildlife Science, Oregon State University

B.S. Environmental Science and Policy, Cert. Marine Conservation, Duke University

Email: lpallin@ucsc.edu

ResearchGate Profile, Friedlaender Lab Webpage

 

 

Research Interests

 
My areas of interest pertain to the conservation and population biology of marine megafauna. More specifically, I am interested in using a suit of molecular and endocrinological signatures to assess population demographics and reproduction physiology. At large, I aim to assess how species demographics respond at both the individual and population level due to both natural and unnatural forcings within their environment. For my Ph.D. research, I will assess vital demographic parameters such as growth, pregnancy, and calving rates, across  populations of Southern Hemisphere humpbacks.

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