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Coull, Bruce C. (bccoull@sc.edu) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Biological Sciences; Dean Emeritus, School of the Environment -The role of juvenile fish predation on meiofauna, and lethal and sublethal effects of sediment bound contaminants (heavy metals, PCB's, etc.) on meiofaunal population and diversity.

Dean, John Mark (john.dean@earthlink.net) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Biological Sciences -Age and Growth of Fishes, Estuarine Ecology and Fisheries Management

Feller, Robert J. (feller@biol.sc.edu) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Biological Sciences -Feeding rates and impacts of predation by epibenthic fauna on benthos. Habitats studied include intertidal mud and sand flats, shallow subtidal and intertidal saltmarsh, continental slope, deep sea, both Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Fletcher, Madilyn. (fletcher@sc.edu) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science, Environment and Sustainability, and Biological Sciences; Director, School of the Earth, Ocean, & Environment - Coastal Ocean Observing Systems, Microbial Ecology, Bacterial Community Ecology, Bacterial Colonization of Surfaces and Biofilms.

Stancyk, Stephen E. (hemipholis@earthlink.net) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Earth and Ocean Sciences -Life Histories of Echinoderms, particularly Regeneration, Predation and Behavior. Field areas include Southeast U.S., the Caribbean, New Zealand, Brazil.

Williams, Douglas F (drdoug@sc.rr.com) Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Biological Sciences -Stable Isotope Geochemistry of Biogenic Carbonates and Organic Matter as Applied to Problems in Paleoecology, Paleoceanography, Paleoclimatology, Paleolimnology and Chemical Stratigraphy.

Zingmark, Richard G. Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marine Science and Biological Sciences -Physiological Ecology of Marine Algae. Studies Patterns and the Functional Significance of Algal Communities in Estuarine, Coral Reef and Mangrove Ecosystems