About the lab

Located at Duke University, the Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab (MGEL) applies geospatial technologies to issues in marine ecology, resource management, and ocean conservation. With locations at both the main Durham campus of Duke and at the Duke Marine Lab on Pivers Island in Beaufort, North Carolina, the lab works with students and faculty across disciplines, from fieldwork to policy.


Blog

Sticky fish in a changing climate

Sticky fish in a changing climate Not all fish are the same, especially in their responses to climate change. By: Sarah Roberts A lot of us these days try to make sustainable choices about the fish on our plates. From tracking apps like¬†FishWatch, to asking waiters where the fish came from (remember those? Waiters? Restaurants?),…

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We’re hiring: Postdoc/Research Scientist to join our team creating models of marine mammal distributions

The Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab (MGEL) at Duke University seeks a Postdoctoral Associate or Research Scientist for immediate hire to model spatiotemporal distributions of marine species, particularly marine mammals. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who is interested in modeling marine species distributions for immediate use in U.S. management actions. This is a two-year…

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