Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Professor of Biological Sciences
Humanities and Sciences
Center for Ocean Solutions
Fiorenza Micheli's research focuses on the processes shaping coastal marine communities, and on incorporating this understanding in the management and conservation of marine ecosystems. Her research applies marine community ecology to increase our understanding of human impacts on the marine environment and to design conservation and restoration strategies. Examples include quantifying the joint effects of increased nutrient loading and fishing on marine ecosystems, and incorporating our understanding of diversity patterns, species interactions, and habitat-species linkages in the design and evaluation of marine reserves.
Selected Publications by this Author
Environmental Venture Projects
News & Press Releases
Cites study on low risk of shark bites off California coast co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Fiorenza Micheli.
By Angel Jennings,
Cites study on low risk of shark bites off California coast co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Fiorenza Micheli
By Jo Craven McGinty,