CW CESU Experts in Ecology

CW CESU Experts in Ecology

Photo of Andrew Elmore
Research Interests:   Remote sensing, isotopic systems in ecology, socio-environmental systems, decision support for land management, dendroecology, nitrogen
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Research Interests:   Community ecology; mutualisms; biodiversity; ecosystem function; grasslands; trophic interactions; invertebrates; plants; rhizobia; functional traits; global change – invasions, climate change, eutrophication, elevated CO2, diversity loss
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Research Interests:   Climate change, connectivity, dynamic population and community models, impact evaluation, microclimates, land use, thermal ecology, trait-mediated responses, vertebrates
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Institution: Towson University
Research Interests:   Hypoxia tolerance in moronid fishes, physiological performance under hypoxia in moronids, Urbanization effects on stream cyprinids, urban heat island effects on urban fishes forcasting climate change effects, Arctic charr living in Icelandic thermal waters forcasting climate change effects
Erik-Yando
Research Disciplines: Landscape Ecology | Plant Ecology | Wetlands
Research Interests:   Coastal Plants, Wetland Plants, Ecotones, Range Limits, Blue Carbon, Restoration, Plant- Soil Interactions
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Institution: Ohio University
Research Disciplines: Algae | Aquatic Ecology
Research Interests:   Stream algae, biofilms, biomonitoring with algae
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Institution: Towson University
Research Interests:   Plant ecology, riparian restoration, wetland restoration, invasive species
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Research Interests:   Amphibian and reptile conservation, invasive forest pests, gypsy moth, population ecology, thermal biology, vernal pool preservation
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Research Interests:   Cost-benefit analysis, ecosystem services, environmental economics, invasive species, aquaculture, wetland policy, water quality, coastal resilience, non-monetary benefit indicators
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Research Interests:   Migration of coastal fishes, seascape ecology and dynamic habitat management, wind energy impacts, population dynamics of exploited fishes, interjurisdictional fisheries management, conservation biology of diadromous species, age and growth of fishes