Ph.D., Biology, University of Missouri, 2016
M.S., Water Science, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, 2011
B.S., Biology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 2006
Areas of specialization
Population dynamics, species interaction, aquatic ecology
Prior to graduate school, Tom worked as a research technician on population demography projects with several taxa, including birds, mammals, aquatic invertebrates and amphibians. For both his M.S. and Ph.D., he examined species interactions among pond-dwelling larval salamanders, using a combination of laboratory, mesocosm and field methods. Tom also has an active interest in teaching, especially population/community ecology and experimental design/analysis.
- Biogeography of spatial synchrony in freshwater plankton
- Spatial synchrony of amphibian populations
Please see Tom's publications listed in his Google Scholar profile.