B.S., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University
Ed Stowe is a PhD student in the Odum School of Ecology. Prior to coming to UGA, he received his B.S. at Yale University in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and subsequently worked for various conservation, sustainability, and resource management entities. He is interested in how disturbances, particularly anthropogenic ones, affect stream fish populations and communities, especially when processes like persistence and colonization are altered. Ultimately, Ed hopes to conduct research that will inform the conservation of imperiled fishes.
- Population Ecology
- Fresh water Ecology
- Conservation Ecology
- Fish Ecology