Raymond E. Grizzle
Ph.D. Rutgers University, 1988
- Research Professor of Zoology
Benthos ecology, bivalve mollusks, seabed mapping, marine protected areas, marine fisheries
I am interested in the general ecology of marine and estuarine benthic invertebrates. Recent research includes seabed mapping using underwater videography, the effects of marine protected areas on seabed ecology and fisheries, succession of benthic communities in restored eelgrass beds and intertidal mudflats, the impacts of aquaculture activities on benthic communities in the Gulf of Maine, succession of fouling communities on aquaculture cages, and monitoring and restoration of shellfish reefs.