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About Mark C. Myers

I am interested in the ecology, evolution, and conservation of north temperate and neotropical vertebrates, especially in relation to issues of human-induced habitat degradation and restoration. I realize that the designation "vertebrates" is exceedingly broad, but it reflects my experiences working with diverse taxa including fishes, birds, and mammals. I prefer not concentrate on a particular group of organisms, but on a common theme: how species' ecological characteristics and the movements of individuals influence population level responses to landscape alteration or management actions.

Other areas of interest include population and community ecology, endangered species conservation, international conservation, marine protected areas, ecological economics, and environmental policy.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Biology, University of Northern Iowa Department of Biology
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Disciplines



Honors and Awards

  • 2016 co-PI on USGS CRP field quality survey in Iowa and Missouri $35,000
  • I: Mark Vandever, Laura Jackson 2013 Veridian Credit Union Community Engagement Fellowship Award $3,000
  • Co-PI: Kenneth Elgersma, Laura Jackson 2013 University of Northern Iowa Capacity Building Grant $1,500
  • Co-PI: Kenneth Elgersma 2008 New Jersey Water Resource Research Institute $5000
  • 2006 New Jersey Water Resource Research Institute $5000

Courses

  • Ecology
  • Conservation Biology
  • Wildlife Ecology
  • Management Ecology
  • Evolution
  • The Nature of Science
  • Advanced Analytical Techniques
  • Team-based Problem-Solving
  • Organismal Diversity Lab


Contact Information

University of Northern Iowa
Biology Research Complex 38
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0421

Office: BRC 38
Phone: (319) 273-3325

Email:


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