Room 302, Biological Sciences Building
Durham, NC 27708
BS, Marine Biology, University
I am interested in how animals in dimly lit environments accomplish
visual tasks and visual communication. My dissertation work
combines behavior, morphology, computational modeling, and
comparative evolutionary methods to explore visual strategies
and the evolution of bioluminescence in deep-sea cephalopods.
Thomas, K.N. The distribution of two marine
cladocerans during upwelling and relaxation events off the
Oregon coast. Honors Thesis. University of Oregon.