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Conservation, Ecology, And Biodiversity

William R. Buck
Systematics and floristics of mosses
Ana Carolina O. Q. Carnaval
Evolutionary biogeography, biodiversity studies, herpetology, amphibian chytridiomycosis
Gregory P. Cheplick
Population and ecology of grasses and fungal symbionts
Douglas C. Daly
Systematics, economic botany, and biodiversity in the Amazon
Roy E. Halling
Systematics, biogeography and conservation of macro-fungi
Mark E. Hauber
Behavioral ecology of birds, brood parasitism, color vision and bioacoustics, conservation, evolution of mating systems
Andrew J. Henderson
Systematics, floristics, and ecology of new world palms
Mandë Holford
Chemical Marine Biology: An evolutionary roadmap to the discovery and characterization of novel neuropeptides from marine organisms.
Kenneth G. Karol
Green algal systematics and evolution, comparative organellon genomics
Lawrence M. Kelly
Angiosperm systematics and flouristics
Dwight T. Kincaid
Physiological ecology
David J. Lohman
Ecology, evolution, and conservation of insects and other volant animals in Southeast Asia
Fabian Michelangeli
Plant systematics (particularly melastomataceae) and insect-plant co-evolution
Robbin Moran
Systematics, ecology, and geography of the new world tropics
Charles Peters
Tropical plant ecology and the management of tropical forests
Lorenzo Prendini
Empirical study of phylogeny, macroevolution, speciation, biogeography, and comparative evolutionary biology, using scorpions and minor arachnid orders as model organisms.
Joseph Rachlin
Fisheries science, resource partitioning, aquatic toxicology
Jessica M. Rothman
Nutritional Ecology; Primate Ecology and Behavior
William W. Thomas
Systematics and Evolution of the plant families, Cyperaceae, Simaroubaceae and Picramniaceae. Biodiversity and Conservation of the Atlantic forests of Northeastern Brazil
Benjamin M. Torke
The systematics, evolution, and biogeography of the leguminosae
John R. Waldman
Historical ecology and conservation biology of anadromous fishes; environmental history and management of urban waterways
Tony Wilson
Sexual Selection and Speciation in Aquatic Systems