AU Ecology Group


Faculty interested in participating in the AU Ecology Group should email Alan Wilson.

  • Chris Anderson – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Wetland Ecology, Urban Ecology, Watershed Management
  • Art Appel Entomology and Plant Pathology
    Physiological Ecology, Sampling Methods, Spatial Distributions
  • Jonathan Armbruster – Biological Sciences
    Ichthyology, Systematics, Functional Anatomy
  • Kira Bowen – Entomology and Plant Pathology
    Population Dynamics of Plants and their Pathogens, Agroecology
  • Bob Boyd – Biological Sciences
    Plant/Animal Interactions, Plant Reproductive Biology
  • Ash Bullard – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Parasitology, Host-Parasite Relationships, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
  • Mary Cameron – Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
    Biodiversity Conservation and High-altitude Medicinal Plants, Subsistence Agriculture and Culture, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Nepal
  • Nanette Chadwick – Biological Sciences
    Marine Invertebrate Behavior, Coral Reef Ecology, Population Dynamics, Life History, Evolution
  • Arthur Chappelka – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Air Pollution Affects on Forest Ecosystems, Environmental Stresses x Pest Interactions
  • Dennis DeVries – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Aquatic Community Ecology, Interactions, Interaction of Ecology and Management
  • Steve Dobson – Biological Sciences
    Population Biology, Mammalogy, Evolutionary Biology
  • Lori Eckhardt – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Insect and Fungal Ecology
  • Scott Enebak – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Soil, Fungal Pathogens and Bacterial Interactions on Root Growth and Seedling Survival
  • Jack Feminella – Biological Sciences
    Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology, Stream Ecology
  • Yucheng Feng – Agronomy and Soils
    Soil Science
  • Kevin Fielman – Biological Sciences
    physiological genomics, marine ecology, epigenetics
  • Kathryn Flynn – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Wetlands Ecology, Disturbance Impacts on Wetland Floodplains, Wetland Management
  • Debbie Folkerts – Biological Sciences
    Pitcher Plant Biology, Carnivorous Plant/Animal Interactions, Arachnology
  • Barry Grand – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Avian Ecology, Population Biology
  • Craig Guyer – Biological Sciences
    Population Ecology, Tropical Ecology
  • Brian Helms – AU Museum and Natural History Learning Center
    Community ecology, aquatic invertebrate biology
  • Gary Hepp – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Waterfowl Ecology, Avian Ecology, Population Biology
  • Geoffrey Hill – Biological Sciences
    Avian Ecology, Ecology of Sexual Selection
  • Elise Irwin – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Fish Ecology, Reservoir Ecology
  • Carol Johnston – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Behavioral Ecology and Conservation of Fishes, Crayfishes, and Mussels
  • Barbara Kemppainen – Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology
    Toxicology, Wildlife Toxicology, Wildlife Ecotoxicology
  • Graeme Lockaby – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Nutrient Cycling of Floodplain Forests, Biogeochemistry
  • Ed Loewenstein – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Hardwood Silviculture, Canopy Dynamics
  • Mary Mendonca – Biological Sciences
    Physiological and Behavioral Ecology of Reproduction
  • Mary Miller-Goodman – Agronomy and Soils
    Forage and Range Plant Ecophysiology
  • Gary Mullen – Entomology and Plant Pathology
    Medical-veterinary entomology and acarology, arachnology, and aquatic insects
  • Russell Muntifering – Animal Sciences
    Nutritional Ecology of Mammalian Herbivores
  • Bob Nelson – Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
    Economic Ecology
  • Lisa Samuelson – Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
    Ecophysiology and Water Relations of Trees
  • Scott Santos – Biological Sciences
    Microbial evolution, molecular ecology, biology of symbioses
  • Charles Stephen – Entomology and Plant Pathology
    Forest decomposition communities, biogeography, systematics,species distribution
  • Henry Thompson – Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
    Environmental Economics, Mathematical Models of Ecological and Economic Systems
  • Bill Walton – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Marine Ecology, Predator/Prey Dynamics, Invertebrate Biology, Applied Ecology
  • Mike Williams – Entomology and Plant Pathology
    Insect Morphology and Systematics
  • Alan Wilson – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Aquatic Ecology, Limnology, Cyanobacteria
  • Larry Wit – Biological Sciences
    Physiological Ecology
  • Wes Wood – Agronomy and Soils
    Carbon, Nitrogen Cycling, Environmental Chemistry
  • Mike Wooten – Biological Sciences
    Population Genetics, Evolutionary Genetics
  • Russell Wright – Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
    Fisheries Ecology, Bioenergetics, and System Modeling
  • Amy Wright – Horticulture
    Sustainable Landscape Ecophysiology

Graduate Minor in Ecology


Ecology Group Participants


AU Ecology Group
203 Swingle Hall
Auburn Univ, AL 36849