|Present||Adjunct Associate Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology|
|Present||Associate Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management|
- BIOL 211: Introductory Biology
- AECL 455: International Issues in Wildlife Management
- NREM 315: Genetics for Natural Resource Managers
- AECL 321: Fish Biology
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Peer-Reviewed Articles (13)
Perspectives on the Controlled Propagation, Augmentation, and Reintroduction of Freshwater ...
Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation (2017)
Controlled propagation, augmentation, and reintroduction (PAR) of rare and endangered aquatic organisms has become a priority action for recovery and ...
Freshwater bivalve (Unioniformes) diversity, systematics, and evolution: status and future ...
Journal of the North American Benthological Society (2008)
Freshwater bivalves of the order Unioniformes represent the largest bivalve radiation in freshwater. The unioniform radiation is unique in the ...
Conference Proceedings (1)
Novel Relationships among Lampreys (Petromyzontiformes) Revealed by a Taxonomically Comprehensive ...
American Fisheries Society Symposium (2009)
The systematics of lampreys was investigated using complete mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences from all genera and nearly all recognized species. ...
Technical Reports (2)
Boone River Watershed Stream Fish and Habitat Monitoring, IA
Natural Resources Ecology and Management Reports (2016)
Historically, Iowa’s landscape consisted of prairies, forests, and wetlands with meandering streams integrated throughout (Hewes 1950). The arrival and subsequent ...
Genetic Analysis of the Federally Endangered Winged Mapleleaf Mussel to ...
Final Report - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (2010)
The winged mapleleaf, Quadrula fragosa, historically occurred in the Mississippi, Tennessee, Ohio, and Cumberland river drainages, but has suffered severe ...