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Editorial Board

Editor in Chief

Steven Cooke

Carleton University, Canada
Conservation physiology, resource management, and integrative biology

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Editorial Board

John Beardall

Monash University, Australia
Algal physiology

Andrew Blaustein

Oregon State University, USA
Amphibian decline

Gary Burness

Trent University, Canada
Energetics and ecoimmunology

Steven Chown

Monash University, Australia
Insects and macro-ecology/physiology

Timothy Clark

Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia
Environmental change and animal metabolism

Ben Dantzer

University of Michigan, USA
Endocrinology; Multiple stressors; Small mammals

Nann Fangue

University of California, Davis, USA
Physiological specialization in complex environments

Craig Franklin

University of Queensland, Australia
Ecophysiology, conservation, and reptiles

Andrea Fuller

University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
Thermal biology of wildlife; Terrestrial mammals

Kevin Hultine

Desert Botanical Garden, USA
Plant physiology; Invasive species

Kathleen Hunt

New England Aquarium, USA
Marine mammal physiology; Nonlethal tissue sampling

Mark van Kleunen

Konstanz University, Germany
Ecology and evolution of plants, including invasive species

Oliver Love

University of Windsor, Canada
Endocrinology; Arctic wildlife; Birds

John Mandelman

New England Aquarium, USA
Ecophysiology of elasmobranch fishes

Adrienne Nicotra

Australian National University, Australia
Phenotypic plasticity and plant responses to climate change

Sharon Robinson

University of Wollongong, Australia
Plant responses to Climate Change (Antarctica)

Michael Romero

Tufts University, USA
Endocrinology of birds, mammals, and reptiles

Yan Ropert-Coudert

CNRS, Strasbourg, France
Energetics and bio-logging (birds, reptiles, and mammals)

Jodie Rummer

James Cook University, Australia
Environmental change; Marine fish; Cardiorespiratory physiology

Anne Todgham

University of California at Davis, USA
Invertebrate physiology; Environmental change; Molecular biology

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