Arkansas Staff Member
Phone: (479) 422 - 4427
I am originally from California and earned my BS in Zoology from Humboldt State University. I currently study the effects of eastern red cedar prevalence on small mammal populations.
I am interested in community and disturbance ecology. I am particularly interested in how invasive plants alter wildlife communities.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Reddin, CJ and Krementz DG. 2016. Small Mammal Communities in Eastern Redcedar Forest. American Midland Naturalist 175:113-119. | Abstract||January 2016|
|Small Mammal Baseline Inventory Survey of Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas||July 2014|
|Reddin, C., and D. G. Krementz. 2014. Texas mice habitat use in the Ozark Mountains. 74th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference. Kansas City, MO.||January 2014|
|Reddin, C. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Small Mammal Community Associations at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas. Arkansas State Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Russellville, AR.||September 2013|
|Technical Publications||Publication Date|
|Reddin, C. J. 2014. Small mammal community associations and habitat use at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas. Final Report to National Park Service | Download||May 2014|