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Publications

  • Nelson, M.L. and S.F. Craig. 2011. Role of the sea anemone Metridium senile in structuring a developing subtidal fouling community. Marine Ecology Progress Series 421: 139-149.

  • Pemberton, A.J., L.J. Hansson, S.F. Craig, R.N. Hughes and J.D. Bishop. 2007. Microscale genetic differentiation in a sessile invertebrate with cloned larvae: investigating the role of polyembryony. Marine Biology 153: 71-82.

  • Hughes, R.N., M.E. D'Amato, J.D. Bishop, G.R. Carvalho, S.F. Craig, L.J. Hansson, M.A. Harley and A.J. Pemberton. 2005. Paradoxical polyembryony? Embryonic cloning in an ancient order of marine bryozoans. Biology Letters 1: 178-180.

  • Hughes, R.N., P.H. Manriquez, S. Morley, S.F. Craig and J.D. Bishop. 2005. Kin or self recognition? Colonial fusibility of the bryozoan Celleporella hyalina. Evolution & Development 6: 431-437.

  • Boyle, Michael, Dean Janiak and Sean F Craig. 2004. Succession in a Humboldt bay marine fouling community: the role of exotic species, larval settlement and winter storms. Presented at Proceedings of the 2004 Humboldt Bay Symposium, 1-4 April, in Eureka.

  • Craig, S.F., M.E. D'Amato, M. Harley, R.N. Hughes and G.R. Carvalho. 2001. Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in the bryozoan Crisia denticulata. Molecular Ecology Notes 100: 1-2.

  • Craig, S.F. and K. Wasson. 2000. Self/non-self recognition and fusion in the bryozoan Hippodiplosia inscultpa. In Biology and Paleobiology of Bryozoans: Proceedings of the 11th International Bryozoology Association Conference, edited by P.J. Hayward and J. Taylor, 189-196.

  • Judge, M.L. and S.F. Craig. 1997. Water flow effects on recruitment and growth of barnacles and hydroids: results from in situ manipulation of water currents. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology 210: 209-222.

  • Craig, S.F., L.B. Slobodkin and G. Wray. 1997. The 'Paradox' of Polyembryony: A review of the cases and a hypothesis for its evolution. Evolutionary Ecology 11: 127-143.

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Educational Background

  • 1995 – Ph.D, Stony Brook University (Ecology & Evolution)

  • 1987 – M.S., University of Houston (Biology)

  • 1983 – B.S., University of New Hampshire (Zoology)

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Grants

  • NSF RUI: Colonization genetics of globally invasive marine bryozoa: Does adaptation prior or post-introduction determine spread?

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Lauer, A – CSU Bakersfield

  • Mackie, J – San Jose State University

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