|Ecology and Conservation|
The consequences of lipid restructuring on the susceptibility of biological membranes to lipid peroxidation, and a collaborative study of mitochondrial form, function, and thermotolerance in Antarctic fishes.
Evaluation of the distribution of variation among populations of freshwater fishes and the relative roles of vicariance, dispersal, and contemporary gene flow in that distribution.
Insect physiological ecology, chemical ecology of insect-plant interactions, nutritional physiology, environmental toxicology and responses of aquatic macroinvertebrates to acid mine drainage.
The physiology and feeding ecology of marine and freshwater zooplankton, particularly copepods.
Comparative methods, ecomorphology, evolution of locomotor performance, & the selective significance of locomotor performance in lizards and birds.
The patterns and processes that underlie the origin and maintenance of biodiversity, with a focus on amphibians, reptiles, and odonates.
The role that female mating preferences and alternative male mating tactics play in the evolution of diverse behaviors, morphologies and new species in swordtail fishes.
Investigating the evolution of life history traits and the conservation biology of long-lived organisms.
Quantitative wildlife ecology; GIS and conservation planning; impacts of human-induced disturbance on mammal and amphibian populations; wildlife management in data-poor systems
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