Alicia Crawley is a PhD student in Ove Hoegh-Gulberg’s lab at the Centre for Marine Studies, University of Queensland. During her PhD, Alicia will assess the impact of ocean acidification for the Great Barrier Reef, with particular focus on reef building corals. Her research will determine genetic and physiological changes within corals and their symbiotic dinoflagellates under climate change scenarios. Alicia can also be found on this blog, commenting on matters dear to her heart and related to ocean acidification.

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