Professor of Biological Sciences
BSc, MSc, PhD, University of Maryland
Office: Science III - 375
Herpetological conservation biology
The My primary research focus is herpetological conservation biology, emphasizing the establishment of aquatic and upland buffer zones for pond breeding amphibians. I'm also studying vernal pool restoration and mitigation practices using metapopulations of several Ambystoma species, and rapid population assessment and habitat requirements of aquatic Map turtles. Radiotelemetry and the use of GIS and GPS are fundamental techniques in these studies.
Last Updated: 11/7/13