Mark Alan McPeek

David T. McLaughlin Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences

I am an ecologist and evolutionary biologist. I use both empirical and theoretical approaches to understand the ecological processes that determine the distributions and abundances of organisms today and that shaped the adaptation and diversification of these organisms in the past. I try to integrate ideas, data, and approaches from various disciplines, including population and community ecology, population genetics, molecular systematics, comparative biology, macroevolution, and paleontology.

(603) 646-2389
HB 6044
Department:
Biological Sciences
Education:
B.S. University of Kentucky
M.S. University of Kentucky
Ph.D. Michigan State University

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Selected Works can be found at: http://www.enallagma.com