The research being conducted by the Sebens lab was recently highlighted in International Innovation, Europe's leading portal for scientific dissemination. By examining how species are affected by large predator protection, Dr. Ken Sebens influences global thinking on the value of marine protected areas.
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Dr. Sebens is a fellow of AAAS and was awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship in 1998. Over the past 35 years, Dr. Sebens has published over 90 papers and book chapters on a wide variety of topics. His paper on indeterminate growth and optimal size in marine invertebrates, published in the journal “Ecology” in 1982 resulted in the Ecological Society of America’s 1983 George Mercer Award for “outstanding ecological research published in the United States and Canada”.
Funding for Dr. Sebens’ research (since 1978) comprises over 33 awards, including continuous funding from the National Science Foundation (1979-2015). During the past five years, he has had two concurrent NSF awards and facilities support from NOAA and the Smithsonian Institution. Dr. Sebens has mentored 32 graduate students at four universities since 1978, several of whom now have careers as university faculty and research scientists.
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