Current research interests in ecosystem ecology; urban ecology; ecology and valuation of urban green space; wetland ecosystem services
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Dr. Crampton investigates the ecological, behavioral, and evolutionary mechanisms that generate and regulate tropical species diversity, with emphasis on signal evolution and reproductive isolation in the Neotropical electric fishes.
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Vertebrate zoologist whose research program is focused on reproduction, population biology, ecologic geography, and conservation biology of marine turtles.
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Ecology, evolution, conservation and restoration biology, herpetology
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Plant ecology, landscape ecology, and natural resources management.
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The main theme of my research program is to investigate levels of genetic variation present in natural populations and to utilize this information to address hypotheses about the molecular ecology/population genetics of the organism.
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Ecological community structure and function, especially the interplay between regional (dispersal, colonization, invasion, community assembly, etc.) and local (competition, predation, abiotic factors) processes.
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Dr. King's primary interests are in community ecology, invasion biology, social insects, and conservation science aimed at understanding the ecosystem services of insects.
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Conservation planning, vertebrate ecology, vegetation science, disturbance ecology, climate change, adaptive management.
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The interactive role of disturbance and spatial structure on plant community and population dynamics.
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Population and community-level phenomena in ecosystems of peninsular Florida, small mammals' community structure, dispersal strategies, and habitat selection.
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Interested in the landscape patterns and community mechanisms that influence the addition of species into ecosystems.
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Human impacts in the marine environment. Both pure ecology questions and goal-based conservation issues for a wide range of marine and estuarine habitats.
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Landscape ecology (how landscape pattern influences ecological processes and biodiversity).