Brady K. Quinn has worked at the University of New Brunswick (Saint John Campus) on numerous research projects on the thermal biology, development, fisheries ecology, and physiology of crustaceans. His work with American lobster larvae focuses on their temperature-dependent development and dispersal, and the implications to stock connectivity and fisheries management.

Brady K. Quinn
Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Brunswick, Saint John, NB, Canada
Brady K. Quinn has worked at the University of New Brunswick (Saint John Campus) on numerous research projects on the thermal biology, development, fisheries ecology, and physiology of crustaceans. His work with American lobster larvae focuses on their temperature-dependent development and dispersal, and the implications to stock connectivity and fisheries management.

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