Eric ARMSTRONG

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Post Doctorant
École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE)

CRIOBE - Perpignan
USR3278 CRIOBE EPHE-CNRS-UPVD
Bâtiment R
58 Avenue Paul Alduy
66860 Perpignan
France

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Domaines de Recherche:

  • Environmental Physiology
  • Coral Reef Ecology
  • Global Change Biology
  • Thermal Biology
  • Photosymbiosis
  • Evolution

Sélection de Publications

  • Armstrong EJ, Dubousquet V, Mills SC, Stillman JH. (2020) Elevated temperature, but not acidification, reduces fertilization success in the small giant clam, Tridacna maxima. Marine Biology 167 (1): 8
  • Wang T, Tanner RL, Armstrong EJ, Lindberg DR, Stillman JH. (2019) Plasticity of foot muscle and cardiac thermal limits in the limpet, Lottia limatula, from locations with differing habitat temperature. Aquatic Biology 28: 113-125
  • Armstrong EJ, Tanner RL, Stillman JH. (2019) High heat tolerance is negatively correlated with heat tolerance plasticity in nudibranch mollusks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 92 (4): 430-444
  • Armstrong EJ, Roa JN, Stillman JH, Tresguerres M. (2018) Symbiont photosynthesis in giant clams is promoted by V-type H+-ATPase from host cells. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: jeb.177220 Hill RW, Armstrong EJ, Inaba K, Morita M, Tresguerres M, Stillman JH, Roa JN, Kwan GT. (2018) Acid secretion by the boring organ of the burrowing giant clam, Tridacna crocea. Biology Letters 14
  • Hill RW, Armstrong EJ, Florn AM, Li Chao, Walquist RW, Edward A. (2017) Abundant betaines in giant clams (Tridacnidae) and western Pacific reef corals, including study of coral betaine acclimatization. Marine Ecology Progress Series 576: 27-41
  • Armstrong EJ*, Allen TR*, Beltrand M, Dubousquet V, Stillman JH, Mills SC. (2017) High pCO2 and elevated temperature reduce survival and alter development in early life stages of the tropical sea hare Stylocheilus striatus. Marine Biology 164: 107 *coauthors
  • Armstrong EJ, Stillman JH. (2016) Construction and characterization of two novel transcriptome assemblies in the congeneric porcelain crabs Petrolishtes cinctipes and P. manimaculis. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56 (6): 1092-1102
  • Gunderson A, Armstrong EJ, Stillman JH. (2016) Multiple stressors in a changing world: the need for an improved perspective on physiological responses to the dynamic marine environment. Annual Review of Marine Science 8: 357-378
  • Stillman JH, Armstrong E. (2015) Genomics are transforming our understanding of responses to climate change. BioScience 65 (3): 237-247

Biographie

My main research interests are in the fields of ecology and physiology of marine invertebrates, particularly molluscs and tropical reef-building corals. I am interested in understanding how changes in the abiotic environment, especially alterations in temperature and pH, influence physiological processes in these species. I received my PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in 2017. Since then, I have further developed my research as an independent postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre National de Séquençage, Evry, France (Genoscope). Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher with the Tara Pacific Project and stationed at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) based at the University of Perpignan in France.