Dr. Lisa Shama

Senior Scientist

Lisa Shama
Division Biosciences | Coastal Ecology
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Email Lisa Shama
Phone +49(4651)956-4201
Fax +49(4651)956-200
Address Alfred Wegener Institute

( Room List-201)
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Publications and more

Publications, Presentations and Reports: EPIC repository
Data: PANGAEA repository
ResearchGate | ORCID

Research interests

I am interested in how organisms adapt to environmental change, the underlying mechanisms, and implications for population persistence. Currently, I am working on the evolutionary potential and thermal reaction norms of marine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus). My latest projects investigate the role of transgenerational plasticity (parent environment effects on offspring traits) and epigenetic variation in mediating impacts of rapid climate change. So far, I can say that maternal effects play an important role in stickleback populations’ adaptive responses to ocean warming, but also carry-over effects from grandparent environments (particularly from grandmothers) shape offspring growth, physiology and gene expression.