Grünbaum Lab

School of Oceanography, University of Washington











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We observe individual behaviors and population dynamics at different spatial and temporal scales using biomechanical models (top left), mesocosms (bottom left and right) and in situ video observations (top right). 










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In short, our lab is a place where math meets biology.

We combine lab and field experiments with mathematical theory to answer fundamental questions about how marine ecosystems function.

We use a broad cross-disciplinary array of scientific approaches from population biology, behavioral ecology, mathematical biology, biomechanics, and fluid dynamics.