Theoretical Ecology Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology
Ongoing studies in Theoretical Ecology Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology include understanding
- the dynamics of mating strategies in small mammals,
- the role of hybridization in the survival of amphibians, and the response of bottomland
tree species to changes in flooding regimes,
- the impact of chromosomal integrity and ploidy on organisms and natural populations,
- the role of enzymes and blood proteins in the population dynamics of cotton boll weevils, kangaroo rats, crayfish, fish and amphibian populations.