Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Emeritus/Adjunct Faculty
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John BarberProfessor Emeritus of Biology
Research Interests: Plant Physiology, Aquatic Toxicology; The ways in which aquatic plants, principally the duckweeds, deal with anthropogenic organics and with heavy metal pollution. The effects of ethylene glycol and propylene glycol, two commonly used desiccants/coolants, on Lemna gibba in sterile culture and on the biosorption of actinides, particularly thorium, by L. gibba.
John H. CarusoSenior Professor of the Practice Emeritus
Ph.D., Tulane, 1975
Systematics of marine fishes, especially chaunacid and lophiid anglerfishes, and deep-sea fishes of the Gulf of Mexico.
Harold A. DundeeProfessor Emeritus of Biology
Ph.D., Michigan, 1958
Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles, Tulane University Museum of Natural History
Chairman of the Louisiana Reptile and Amphibian Task Force, an advisory body to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Relationships between tarantulas, large spiders, and frogs. Natural history and distribution of Louisiana reptiles and amphibians. Laws and regulations for collecting and/or sale of Louisiana native herpetofauna. Actual correct citations of literature, especially older books in biology.
Milton F. FingermanProfessor Emeritus of Biology
Research Interests: Crustacean Biology, Endocrine Mechanisms, Color Changes, Growth, and Reproduction.
Royal D. SuttkusProfessor Emeritus of Biology (Deceased)
Arthur L. WeldenIda Richardson Professor Emeritus of Botany (Deceased)
Ph.D., 1954, Iowa
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All terms July 1, 2011 - July 30, 2015 unless otherwise noted
Dr. Julie Sloan DenslowProfessor
Office: Institute of Pacific Island Forestry, USDA Forest Services
60 Nowelo Street Hilo, HI 96720
Dr. Renata Durães RibeiroAdjunct Professor and Research Postdoc
Ph.D., University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2008
M.Sc., Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, 2001
4013 Percival Stern Hall
Avian ecology, behavior, conservation and evolution. Ecological influences on the evolution of complex behaviors and sexual selection dynamics, consequences of environmental alteration on animal communities and ecological processes, especially in tropical forests.
Dr. Kimberly TerrellResearch Associate
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
conservation physiology, thermal ecology, herpetology, amphibian disease, species monitoring.
Dr. Beth WeeAssistant Professor
Office: Neuroscience Program, 2007 Percival Stern Hall