Kevin R Bairos-Novak Australian Marine Sciences Association 2022

Kevin R Bairos-Novak

Kevin is a PhD candidate in the College of Science and Engineering at James Cook University (Australia) and a Research Officer at the University of Queensland developing models of coral thermal tolerance evolution in the context of climate change. During his PhD, he used size-dependent demographic models of corals with implicit quantitative genetic evolution to examine coral population dynamics and evolution in response to future projected heat stress. At the University of Queensland, Kevin is creating explicit genetic simulations of corals to more accurately examine trait evolution in corals. Kevin is also broadly interested in R, statistics, data visualisation, model literacy, causal inference, and improving the openness, repeatability, diversity, and inclusiveness of science.

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