Associate Professor of Biology, Director of the Bowdoin College Coastal Studies Center
COASTAL STUDIES CENTER
232 Druckenmiller Hall
I am an an evolutionary biologist primarily interested in micro-evolution. I have an inordinate fondness for marine organisms, but have dabbled in some intriguing terrestrial systems, including the Hawaiian flycatcher radiation. My research has drawn on a variety of methods, but the approach and tools of Molecular Ecology unites ongoing work in my lab.
Personal website: carlonlab.com