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About Kevin J. Roe

My research interests include the conservation genetics, systematics, and evolution of freshwater organisms. To date this research has included fishes (Cichlids, Centrarchids, and Lampreys), molluscs (Unionids), and crustaceans (freshwater shrimps). In particular I am interested in the relationships between unionid mussels and their host fishes and future projects include investigating patterns of coevolution using molecular tools. I am also interested in the role historical processes play in the distribution of species and have several projects investigating the biogeography of freshwater organisms in North America.

Positions

Present Adjunct Associate Professor, Iowa State University Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology
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Present Associate Professor, Iowa State University Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management
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Courses

  • BIOL 211: Introductory Biology
  • AECL 455: International Issues in Wildlife Management
  • NREM 315: Genetics for Natural Resource Managers
  • AECL 321: Fish Biology


Contact Information

339 Science 2
2310 Pammel Dr
Ames, IA 50011-1031
515-294-8332

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Peer-Reviewed Articles (12)

Conference Proceedings (1)

Technical Reports (2)