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Evolution/Systematics Faculty

Faculty Research Potential Primary Advisor*
William D. Anderson Jr. (Emeritus) Systematics of fishes and history of natural history YES
Stephen A. Arnott Fisheries ecology, life history evolution, parasite ecology, climate change NO
Peter J. Etnoyer Deep-sea coral diversity and ecology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for marine conservation and management NO
Antony S. Harold Phylogenetic systematics and biogeography of fishes YES
Willem J. Hillenius Comparative anatomy of tetrapods, particularly mammals, reptiles and dinosaurs NR
Kimberly L. Kanapeckas Population genetics, molecular ecology, and evolution; genomic adaptation to abiotic stress in vertebrates; aviation as a tool for natural resources conservation management YES
Stacy A. Krueger-Hadfield Evolutionary ecology in marine systems NR
Gavin Naylor Molecular evolution and systematics of sharks, skates, and rays NO
Robert D. Podolsky Functional biology and evolutionary ecology of marine invertebrates, larval ecology and life-history evolution, fertilization ecology, physiological ecology, phenotypic plasticity YES
Matthew T. Rutter Plant ecology, genetics, evolution NR
Andrew M. Shedlock Genomics, evolution and conservation biology of marine vertebrates NO
Allison M. Welch Ecology, evolution and behavior of amphibians NR
David M. Wyanski Life history and taxonomy of marine fishes, fisheries biology NA
John D. Zardus Evolution and ecology of commensal barnacles

*NR=did not respond to survey; NA=cannot serve as major advisor, but can serve on thesis committee