TCU Aquatic Ecology Lab
Kim Adams' thesis on fish
consumpation advisories published
November 25, 2015
The lab has published a paper in
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, a
leading international journal in the field of
ecotoxicology. The lead author is a former
TCU graduate student, Kim Adams. Kim
earned an MS in Biology in 2014 and is
currently working for Disney in Florida.
Co-authors include Ray Drenner, Matt
Chumchal and David Donato, a collaborator
from the USGS.
Click here to read the paper.
The Aquatic Ecology Research Lab at TCU explores a variety of questions related to
community and ecosystem ecology, fisheries, and ecotoxicology. We conduct
experiments using mesocosms and hatchery ponds and conduct field studies in ponds at
the LBJ Grassland ponds, large reservoirs, coastal estuaries and the Gulf of Mexico. We
work with a wide variety of aquatic organisms including plankton, macroinvertebrates,
fish, and turtles. Most importantly we are committed to involving students in the lab's
research. Explore the links above to learn more. Click here for more information about
how to get involved with our research!
Welcome to the Aquatic Ecology Lab at TCU
Dr. Matt Chumchal is an
AssociateProfessor of Biology. He
earned his PhD from the University of
Oklahoma. Click here to go to Dr.
Chumchal's faculty page.
Dr. Ray Drenner is a Professor of
Biology. He earned his PhD from the
University of Kansas. Click here to go
to Dr. Drenner's faculty page.
Copyright 2016 Matt Chumchal
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