Virginia Staff Member
My research has involved linking changes in land-use, climate or policy to changes in populations of imperiled aquatic organisms, and my analysis techniques have often centered on understanding and quantifying uncertainty. I am particularly drawn to conducting research on rare and elusive fishes, especially darters. This fauna is incredibly diverse and unique; however, it also demonstrates a high degree of imperilment.
|Habitat Suitability for Roanoke Logperch in Streams near Philpott Reservoir.||2012-03-31|
|Technical Publications||Publication Date|
|Anderson, G. B., M. C. Freeman, M.M. Hagler, and B. J. Freeman. 2012. Occupancy modeling and estimation of the holiday darter species complex within the Etowah River system. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141(2): 34-45.||2012-01-31|