|Present||Associate Professor, University of South Florida|
- Wetlands Environments
- Principles of Ecology
- Ecosystems of Florida
- Biology I Cellular Processes
- Restoration Ecology
- Quarternay Ecology
|Ph.D., Ohio State University ‐ Zoology|
Office: DAV 216
Peer Reviewed Articles (14)
Cyanobacterial influence on diatom community lifeform dynamics in shallow subtropical ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2018)
Fragilarioid diatom taxa are often deemed ubiquitous in shallow lake systems. Their presence has been described as contributing to statistical ...
Limnetic total phosphorus transfer functions for lake management: considerations about ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2015)
Regulatory agencies often rely on paleolimnological studies for models that predict variables pertinent to nutrient loading or to public perception. ...
Arsenic contamination of lake sediments in Florida: Evidence of herbicide ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2008)
Organic arsenical herbicides, which include monosodium methylarsonate (MSMA), have been applied to golf courses and lawns throughout Florida, USA, since ...
Cyanobacterial proliferation is a recent response to eutrophication in many ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2005)
Cyanobacteria dominate many highly productive Florida lakes. Algal proliferation often is attributed to eutrophication during the last century, but it ...
Books & Book Chapters (3)
Contribution to Book
Mid-Holocene climate and culture change in coastal Peru.
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2007)
In the general absence of standard, high-resolution paleoclimatic records such as lake cores or corals, archaeological remains from Mid-Holocene archaeological ...