Faculty & Staff
Robyn Hannigan, PhD
Founding Dean, School for the Environment
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100 Morrissey Blvd.
Office Location: Dean's Office, School for the Environment, Science Center 1st Floor Room 12 (by appointment only, contact the School's office 7-7440, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Areas of Expertise
Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction, Geochemistry, Ocean Acidification
BS Biology, College of New Jersey
MA Paleontology, SUNY at Buffalo
MS Geochemistry, University of Rochester
PhD Geochemistry, University of Rochester
Post-doc Marine Chemistry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Post-doc Quantitative Fisheries Ecology, Old Dominion University
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Hu, D. Clift, P.D., Wan, S., Böning, P., Hannigan, R., Hillier, S. and Blusztajn, J. 2016. Testing chemical weathering proxies in Miocene–Recent fluvial-derived sediments in the South China Sea. Geological Society, London Special Publications, 429: online first (Dec 11, 2015) (10.1144/SP429.5).
- Sorte, C.J.B., Davidson, VE., Franklin, M., Benes*, K.M., Doellman, M.M., Etter, R.J., Hannigan, R.E., Lubchenco, J., and Menge B.A. 2016. Long-term declines in an intertidal foundation species lead to shifts in community composition. Global Change Biology. Published Early View DOI 10,1111/gcb.13425.
- Koning, A., McIntyre, P., Aparat, N., Moore, J., and Hannigan, R. 2016. Intensification of swidden agriculture leads to eutrophication of 1 Southeast Asian rivers. Conservation Biology. In Press.
- Sarkar, D., Datta, R., Mukherjee, A., and Hannigan, R. 2015. An Integrated Approach to Environmental Management. Wiley. 632pp. ISBN: 978-1-118-74435-2.
- Poynton, H.C., Robinson, W.E., Blalock*, B.J., & Hannigan, R.E. 2014. Correlation of transcriptomic responses and metal bioaccumulation in Mytilus edulis L. reveals early indicators of stress. Aquatic Toxicology. 155: 129-141.