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Michael S. Berger


Field of Study: Human Nutrition
Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Degrees: Ph.D., Marine Biology, University of Oregon
Homepage: Homepage/Lab Web Site Link
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Office: Science (VSCI) 130P
Phone: 360-546-9347
Mailing Address: School of Biological Sciences
Washington State University
PO Box 644236
Pullman,WA 99164-4236


Representative Publications:

  • Berger, M.S. 2009 Reproduction of the intertidal barnacle Balanus glandula along an estuarine gradient. Marine Ecology. 30: 346-353
  • Berger M.S. and Jelinski, D.E. 2008 Spatial patterns of maternal investment in Strongylocentrotus franciscanus along a marine-terrestrial gradient. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 634: 119-127.
  • Berger, M.S. and Emlet, R.B. 2007. Heat-shock response of the upper intertidal barnacle Balanus glandula: thermal stress and acclimation. Biological Bulletin. 212:232-241
  • Berger, M.S., Darrah, A., and Emlet, R.B. 2006. Spatial and temporal variability of early post-settlement survivorship and growth in the barnacle Balanus glandula along an estuarine gradient. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 336: 74-87
  • Berger, M.S. and Young, C.M. 2006. Physiological response of the cold-seep mussel Bathymodiolus childressi to acutely elevated temperature. Marine Biology. 149: 1397-1402