Kevin Ma
Researcher

Kevin Ma
Kevin Ma is a Ph.D. candidate at Université Laval with interests in taxonomy, ecology and patterns of biological invasions of marine invertebrates (e.g., bryozoans, crabs, tunicates). His doctoral research is focused on coastal monitoring and early detection of marine invasive species by studying their larval ecology, such as larval dispersal patterns, phenology of sexual reproduction and larval settlement behaviour. Previously, his master’s research at Memorial University of Newfoundland was on the geographic distribution of native and invasive tunicates in eastern Canada, and the population dynamics of an invasive tunicate in the northern limits of its invaded range in eastern North America.

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