People working in the Quantitative Ecology & Evolution group have a number of resources available to them for research. Examples include:
INSTRON material testing machine
- A growing corpus of programming code for data manipulation and modelling, mostly in R, but also in Perl and Ruby.
- Two servers for processor-intensive mathematical and GIS modelling and hosting websites.
- Several large databases, including the Coral Trait Database.
- All the necessary equipment for intertidal and sub-tidal (diving) ecological fieldwork, and numerous tools and resources for building equipment that we don’t yet have.
- An INSTRON mechanical testing unit.
- A high-speed circulating flume tank.