Name
Namedr. LE Becking
FirstnameLisa
Emaillisa.becking@wur.nl

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DescriptionAssistant professor tropical marine biology
OrganizationDepartment of Animal Sciences
Organization UnitMarine Animal Ecology
Phone+31 317 487 139+31 317 487 139
Mobile+31 317 487 139+31 317 487 139
Secretarial phone+31 317 483 959+31 317 483 959
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 1
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Droevendaalsesteeg 1
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room107/E0.238107/E0.238
Postal addressPostbus 338
6700AH, WAGENINGEN
Postbus 338
6700AH, WAGENINGEN
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DescriptionTropical Marine Ecologist
OrganizationWageningen Research
Organization UnitWageningen Marine Research
Phone+31 317 487 139+31 317 487 139
Mobile+31 317 487 139+31 317 487 139
Secretarial phone+31 317 480 900+31 317 480 900
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Visiting addressAnkerpark 27
1781AG, DEN HELDER
Droevendaalsesteeg 1
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room/N.A.107/E0.238
Postal addressPostbus 338
6700AH, WAGENINGEN
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DescriptionResearch Associate
OrganizationDepartment of Environmental Sciences
Organization UnitAquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management
Phone+31 317 487 139
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Secretarial phone+31 317 483 898
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 1
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room107/E0.238
Postal addressPostbus 338
6700AH, WAGENINGEN
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Biography

I am a marine biologist with a long-held interest in tropical marine biodiversity. A key question of my research is how communities of species adapt in response to environmental change over ecological and evolutionary timescales.

Through collaborative research projects, I take a multi-facetted approach to biodiversity by applying techniques of genomics, bioinformatics, environmental analyses, paleontology, and taxonomy. These combined datasets allow a detailed dissection of the relative roles of ecological speciation, colonization, habitat filtering, and isolation in the formation of marine communities.

By focusing on a conceptual area of broad relevance, my research bridges multiple domains: while I am a marine biologist, I work closely with terrestrial biologists interested in similar questions; my work is based in the tropics, though the principles apply to temperate systems as well.


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  Lisa Becking on Linkedin
  Lisa Becking on Twitter
  Lisa Becking on Google Scholar Citations

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Projects

NWO-VENI: Islands within islands: the effect of isolation on marine biodiversity

 

NWO-Caribbean Programme: Ecology and conservation of sea turtles in the Dutch Caribbean

 

Monitoring marine invasive species through metabarcoding

 

Saba Bank Biodiversity


Education
Courses
  • AFI-31306 - Life History of Aquatic Organisms
  • MAE-30306 - Marine Animal Ecology
  • MAE-50306 - Short Research Projects in Marine Animal Ecology
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