Overview

Robin Hadlock-Seeley, Cornell Academic Coordinator for the Shoals Marine Laboratory (jointly operated by Cornell and University of New Hampshire), has served as a Research Associate at the Paleontological Research Institute for several years. Seeley has been an active member of several other societies including the National Geographic Society, the American Malacological Society, the Malacological Society of London, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Society for the Study of Evolution and the NY Academy of Sciences. In addition, Seeley has appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, NY Academy of Sciences, Biological Bulletin, Hawaiian Shell News, Journal of Crustacean Biology, and Scientific American. A Faculty Fellow of the Atkinson Center for A Sustainable Future at Cornell, Seeley teaches undergraduates with Warren Allmon at the Shoals Marine Laboratory, where her research is focused on the consequences of climate change for invasive species and their gastropod prey in marine communities of the Gulf of Maine and on the sustainability of commercial seaweed harvesting.