Stunning and informative videos about plankton at Plankton Chronicles

Pictures from the CONCORDE field sampling campaign

Identify ISIIS images on the Plankton Portal

Identify plankton images from the UVP5

Online companion to Zooplankton of the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts

Statistical Software

For data analysis and visualization, I predominantly use the R computing language. Here are some links to get started with R and see some applications to oceanographic data analysis. Most image processing code I have written in ImageJ, a freeware developed by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. I am in the process of converting code from my research into R packages and creating a GitHub page. In the meantime, some of the image processing code I have written is available on ResearchGate.

My favorite R packages: ggplot2, plyr, reshape2, and Hmisc.

New and useful R packages: dplyr and tidyr

ImageJ is implemented in Java, but it has a built-in macro language that is extremely useful for automating image processing tasks.

University of Southern Mississippi

Visit the CONCORDE Biology sub-group page 

USM Division of Marine Science

USM Division of Coastal Sciences

Visit the Fisheries Oceanography page (Dr. Frank Hernandez)

Former Lab Groups

University of Georgia Coastal Oceanography & Biophysical Integrated Analysis

Oregon State University Plankton Ecology Lab (formerly at the University of Miami)

Fun Stuff

Vanderbilt Baseball