Dr. Kelly Darnell
Assistant Research Professor
Dr. Darnell is a coastal and benthic ecologist who research focuses on seagrass ecosystems. Her specific research interests include seagrass-animal interactions, seagrass reproductive biology and ecology, and physiological and ecological responses to stressors. Dr. Darnell uses a combination of laboratory and field experiments and surveys to address hypothesis-driven questions with relevance to coastal management, conservation and restoration in the Gulf of Mexico and beyond.
- PHD - University of Texas at Austin (2014)
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
- Title IX: Preventing Sexual Misconduct for Faculty and Staff – "Responsible Employee" Edition
- English (Native or Bilingual)