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Editor-in-Chief

J. Lewis, University of Westminster, UK 
lewisjm@westminster.ac.uk


Editorial Board

M. Cock, Roscoff Marine Station, France
cock@sb-roscoff.fr
Area of Expertise: Algal developmental biology and genomics

N. De Voogd, Netherlands Biodiversity Centre
nicole.devoogd@naturalis.nl
Area of Expertise: Sponges

P.G.H. Evans, Sea Watch Foundation, UK
peter.evans@bangor.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Marine mammals; also SIC Guest Editor

M. Frost, MBA, UK
matfr@MBA.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Marine policy; climate change

C. Hauton, University of Southampton, UK
ch10@noc.soton.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Invertebrate ecophysiology and immunology

D.M. Paterson, University of St Andrews, UK
dp1@st-andrews.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: The ecology and dynamics of coastal and estuarine systems

D. Power, University of Algarve, Portugal
dpower@ualg.pt
Area of Expertise: Blue biotechnology and integrative biology of marine organisms

H. Solo-Gabriele, University of Miami, USA
hmsolo@miami.edu
Area of Expertise: Oceans and human health; coastal marine water quality


Associate Editors

P. Anderwald, University College Cork, Eire
panderwald@hotmail.com
Area of Expertise: Behavioural/foraging ecology; habitat modelling; population genetics; conservation; interspecific interactions; also SIC Guest Editor

M. Arvedlund, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
arvedlund@speedpost.net
Area of Expertise: Fish and fish larvae zoology, ecology, morphology and behaviour. Marine ecology in general and aquaculture. Coral reef fish and fish larvae zoology, ecology and morphology.

J. A. Baeza, Smithsonian Marine Station, USA
baeza.antonio@gmail.com
Area of Expertise: Evolutionary ecology and reproductive biology of marine invertebrates; molecular phylogenetics, ecology, diversification and trait evolution in marine invertebrates, behavioural adaptations and the role of the environment in favouring/constraining behaviour; taxonomy and systematics of selected groups of decapod crustaceans, ornamental marine invertebrates with particular emphasis to decapod crustaceans

C. N. Bianchi, University of Genoa, Italy
nbianchi@dipteris.unige.it
Area of Expertise: Shallow hydrothermalism and marine communities; submarine sulphur springs and feeding; polychaete distribution; Posidonia (seagrass) and its communities and management; epibenthic communities; suspension feeding

J. Cartes, Institut de Ciències del Mar de Barcelona (C.S.I.C.), Spain
jcartes@icm.csic.es
Area of Expertise: Deep-sea benthos

B.K.K.Chan, Biodiversity Research Centre, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
chankk@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Area of Expertise: Crustacean ecology

M. Cunliffe, MBA, UK
micnli@MBA.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Climate change

J. Ellis, Cefas, Lowestoft, UK
jim.ellis@cefas.co.uk
Area of Expertise: Fish

M.R. Elphick, Queen Mary University of London, UK
m.r.elphick@qmul.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Comparative physiology and genomics of marine invertebrates; evolution, development and functions of neural signalling systems; neuropeptide structure and function in echinoderms and other deuterostomian invertebrates

C. Frid, Griffith School of Environment, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
c.frid@griffith.edu.au
Area of Expertise: Benthic ecology, anthropogenic impacts, ecosystem dynamics, ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services, ecosystem based management.

L.F. Møller, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, Technical University of Denmark
lfmo@aqua.dtu.dk
Area of Expertise: Cnidarians; jellyfish; ctenophores; bioenergetics; population dynamics; jellyfish ecology & physiology

N. Hicks, Scottish Association for Marine Science, UK
Natalie.Hicks@sams.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Coastal/benthic ecology and biogeochemistry, with a specific interest in environmental change

J.G. Hiddink, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, UK
j.hiddink@bangor.ac.uk 
Area of Expertise: Benthic fauna and fisheries

M.Y. Hu, University of Kiel, Germany
marian.yongan.hu@gmail.com
Area of Expertise: Physiology; acid-base regulation; ion transport; development; cephalopods; marine invertebrates; environmental change; ocean acidification

D. Jollivet, Roscoff Marine Station, France
jollivet@sb-roscoff.fr
Area of Expertise: Hydrothermal communities; population genetics (including molecular approaches); marine genomics

W. J. Langston, MBA, UK
wjl@mba.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Molluscs as pollution indicators; ecotoxicology; heavy metal pollution; analysis of sediments and water

V. Laptikhovsky, Falklands Islands Fisheries Department, UK
vladimir.laptikhovsky@cefas.co.uk
Area of Expertise: Population biology; fishery management and stock assessment in cephalopods; finfish and elasmobranchs; reproductive biology of cephalopods and teleost fish; trophic relations in fish and cephalopods; seabird biology and interaction with fishery fleet; also Ascension Island SI Guest Editor

M. Louis, University of St Andrews, UK
ml228@st-andrews.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Sea mammals; population genetics; population genomics; photo-identification; social structure; mark-recapture

F. Maltagliati, University of Pisa, Italy
ferruccio.maltagliati@unipi.it
Area of Expertise: Phylogeography; population genetics; molecular systematics

F. McGowan, University of East London/Hanze University, The Netherlands
f.mcgowan@uel.ac.uk / f.e.mcgowan@pl.hanze.nl
Area of Expertise: Human health and well-being; social environment; health promotion; lifestyle factors; health inequalities

D.A.McHugh, Dept. of Biology, Colgate University, USA
dmchugh@colgate.edu
Area of Expertise: Invertebrate phylogeny and molecular systematics

P. D. R. Møller, Natural History Museum of Denmark
PDRMoller@snm.ku.dk
Area of Expertise: Fish taxonomy

T. Moens, University of Ghent, Belgium
Tom.Moens@ugent.be
Area of Expertise: Nematodes

N. D. Pope, MBA, UK
ndpo@MBA.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Estuaries; sediment; ecotoxicology; molluscs; endocrine; disruption

J. Preston, University of Portsmouth, UK
joanne.preston@port.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Evolution; molecular ecology; sponges/porifera; marine symbioses; caprellids; topshells (phorcus)

N. Queiroz, CIBIO, Vairao, Portugal
nuno.queiroz@gmail.com
Area of Expertise: Elasmobranchs; fish; behaviour

J. A. Raven FRS, University of Dundee, UK
j.a.raven@dundee.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Primary production in algae

M. M. Rivadeneira, Departamento de Biologia Marina, Universidad Catolica del Norte, Chile
marcelo.rivadeneira@ceaza.cl
Area of Expertise: Biogeography

J.M. Ruiz, Universidad da Coruña, Spain
jmruiz@udc.es
Area of Expertise: TBT; imposex and effects of pollutants

M. P. Russell, Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA
michael.russell@villanova.edu
Area of Expertise: Echinoderms; growth; larval ecology; intertidal; salinity fluctuation tolerance (echinoderms)

M. Stumpp, Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany
mstumpp@zoologie.uni-kiel.de
Area of Expertise: Ecophysiology; marine invertebrate larvae; digestion physiology; ocean acidification; echinoderms

D. Thieltges, NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research/ Utrecht University
David.Thieltges@nioz.nl
Area of Expertise: Marine parasitology

P. Thor, Norsk Polarinstitutt, Norway
peter.thor@npolar.no
Area of Expertise: Zooplankton; ocean acidification ; climate change

O. Wangensteen, University of Barcelona, Spain
owenwangensteen@ub.edu
Area of Expertise: Marine benthic invertebrates; molecular ecology; population genetics/genomics; phylogeography; metabarcoding/metagenomics; bioinformatics; marine benthic ecology; echinoderms

N. Whiteley, School of Biological Science, Bangor, UK
n.m.whiteley@bangor.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Environmental physiology; metabolism; growth; climate change; crustaceans (Climate change to cover temperature, ocean acidification, hypoxia and reduced salinity)

D. Wilcockson, Aberystwyth University, UK
dqw@aber.ac.uk
Area of Expertise: Invertebrate neurobiology and molecular biology; biological rhythms (circadian, circatidal and circalunar); animal orientation and navigation; crustacean growth, reproduction and moulting; endocrinology and neuroendocrinology