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Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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William Randy Brooks

William Randy Brooks
William Randy Brooks
Marine Biology
Florida Atlantic University
Tel: 561-297-3888
Florida Atlantic University


W. Randy Brooks is a Professor of Marine Biology at Florida Atlantic University. He earned his master and PhD degrees from the Florida State University. He also served as a Visiting Researcher at Duke University Marine Laboratory, North Carolina. He has reviewed journal articles for the following publications: Acta Oecologica, Animal Behavior, Behaviour, Biological Bulletin, Helgoland Marine Research, Invertebrate Biology, J. Marine Biological Association, U.K., Caribbean Journal of Science, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Marine Biology, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Marine and Freshwater Behavior & Physiology, Marine and Freshwater Research, Symbiosis. He has reviewed grant proposals for both NSF and NOAA.

Research Interest

Behavioral/physiological ecology of marine organisms,  
Coral reef conditions  
Behavioral interactions among echinoderms and symbiotic crabs; 
Predator/prey interactions



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The Importance of Symbioses in Biological Systems

William Randy Brooks
Editorial: J Marine Sci Res Development 2012, 2:e108
DOI: 10.4172/2155-9910.1000e108