Current and Active Research Interests in Ecology in the Rohr Laboratory

Less Active Research Interests in Ecology in the Rohr Laboratory

Research Interests

My current and active research interests in ecology fall at the interface of ecotoxicology, conservation biology, and community, population, behavioral, climate change, and disease ecology. Currently less active research foci in my laboratory include arthropod biodiversity, invertebrate-plant interaction, and chemical ecology research.

Please see the links on the left for further discussions of the focal research areas in my lab.

A squirrel treefrog, Hyla squirella (Photo credit: Joseph Gamble)