Research Interests: Dan is interested in aquatic ecology, food webs, host-parasite interactions and invasive species.
Research Interests: Erin is interested in disease ecology, climate change, animal behavior and amphibian conservation. She is currently researching how amphibians are affected by urbanization and invasive species.
Research Interests: Landon studies predator-prey and host-parasite interactions in freshwater streams. He is currently working on understanding spatial drivers of trematode parasite populations across a watershed.
Research Interests: Erin is interested in how wildlife is affected by anthropogenic change. She is currently researching how urban snakes and amphibians are affected by multiple invasive species.
Research Interests: Daniel is interested in how water management and anthropogenic disturbance shape aquatic ecosystems. His current research focuses on how urban development affects wetland communities.
Research Interests: Catherine is studying invasive species and community structure of urban ponds.
Diana Perales Macedo
Research Interests: Diana has been studying host-parasite interactions, with a focus on trematodes in freshwater snails.
Research Interests: Luis is conducting an honors thesis on how freshwater stream macroinvertebrate communities change from headwaters to a mainstem river, focusing on Willamette River watershed.
Research Interests: Gaby is working on field surveys of macroinvertebrate community structure and experiments to understand effects of fish, nutrients, and invasive snails on native pond organisms.