Nikolas Floros

Nikolas Floros is a community ecologist with a history of field and boat-based research in a variety of systems. In 2020 he earned an M.S. at the University of North Carolina Wilmington where he studied the influence of genetic structure on oyster settlement patterns. Prior to this, he received a B.S. in Marine Science from Stony Brook University. Niko has worked as an independent researcher studying the effects of habitat complexity on intraspecific competition in mesopredators at Stony Brook’s Southampton Marine Sciences Research Center and as a research technician with the Scripps Institute of Oceanography on the CalCOFI project. He has also spent time as an educator aboard the S/V SoundWaters, a three-masted schooner providing environmental and sailing education to the Long Island Sound region, and as an archivist at the Florida Maritime Museum.

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