A quantitative larval ecology lab exploring interactions between individual larvae, their fluid environments, and their population-level consequences in a changing world.
Combining coastal oceanographic, ecological, and engineering-based observational techniques, our work focuses on the main question of how individual experience in the plankton affects population dynamics.
Marine Invertebrate Larvae Under Global Climate Change
MPhil. student Wilson Yeung from Chan's lab explains why ocean acidification caused by the increasing global temperature imposes threats to marine invertebrate larvae such as sea urchins, a rare treat for sushi lovers.
New Home at Swarthmore, PA, USA
Prof. Chan has started her appointment at Swarthmore College. She will be teaching marine biology in spring.
Chan Lab rocked at SICB Annual Meeting
Three oral presentations were given at the Livin' La Vida Larva- Larval Ecology Session at the Annual Meeting for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology in Tampa, Florida.
We are Relocating
Prof. chan and her lab will relocate to Swarthmore College, PA as of Jan 1st 2019.