Dr. Carl Reddin
PostDoc on project ThermNiche
Museum für Naturkunde — Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science
Carl is a quantitative marine ecologist interested in climate changes in the past, how much they can be used as a model for the future, as well as the structuring of biodiversity patterns, including by food webs. He has worked on modern marine intertidal and ancient marine ecological systems. In particular, he takes a spatio-temporal perspective to assess which ecological responses to climate change are general and which are contingent on particular circumstances.
Reddin C.J., Decottignies P., Bacouillard L., Barillé L., Dubois S.F., Echappé C., Gernez P., Jesus B., Méléder V., Nätscher P.S., Turpin V., Zeppilli D., Zwerschke N., Brind’Amour A., Cognie B. (2022). Extensive spatial impacts of oyster reefs on an intertidal mudflat community via predator facilitation. Communications Biology (in press).
Kocsis, Á. T., Reddin, C. J., Scotese, C. R., Valdes, P. J., & Kiessling, W. (2021). Increase in marine provinciality over the last 250 million years governed more by climate change than plate tectonics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 288, 20211342.
Nätscher, P.S., Dera, G., Reddin, C.J., Rita, P., De Baets, K. (2021). Morphological response accompanying size reduction of belemnites during an Early Jurassic hyperthermal event modulated by life history. Scientific Reports, 11, 14480.
Reddin, C. J., Kocsis, Á. T., Aberhan, M., & Kiessling, W. (2021). Victims of ancient hyperthermal events herald the fates of marine clades and traits under global warming. Global Change Biology 27 (4), 868-878.
Reddin, C. J., Kocsis, Á. T., & Kiessling, W. (2020). Marine invertebrate migrations trace climate change over 450 million years. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29(7), 1280-1282.
Reddin, C. J., Nätscher, P. S., Kocsis, Á. T., Pörtner, H. O., & Kiessling, W. (2020). Marine clade sensitivities to climate change conform across timescales. Nature Climate Change, 10(3), 249-253.
Reddin, C. J., Kocsis, Á. T., & Kiessling, W. (2019). Climate change and the latitudinal selectivity of ancient marine extinctions. Paleobiology, 45(1), 70-84.
Kocsis, A. T., Reddin, C. J., Alroy, J., & Kiessling, W. (2019). The R package divDyn for quantifying diversity dynamics using fossil sampling data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10(5), 735-743.
Kocsis, Á. T., Reddin, C. J., & Kiessling, W. (2018). The biogeographical imprint of mass extinctions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 285(1878), 20180232.
Reddin, C. J., Kocsis, Á. T., & Kiessling, W. (2018). Marine invertebrate migrations trace climate change over 450 million years. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27(6), 704-713.