The above word cloud was produced using publications and proposals. Students in my lab investigate stream ecology, community ecology,
life-history, morphology, ontogeny, and conservation biology. We are interested in
stream dynamics and the relationship between aquatic organisms and environmental properties from small, local habitat scales to broad riverscape scales. Our research has spanned from gastropods to nutrients to algae to fish, with a focus on understanding functional relationships among multiple hierarchical levels (e.g., size, age, trophic position).
My personal research spans biology and physics. Students involved in my biology laboratory are not required to conduct research in physics.
For a list of publications, please visit the Publications page.
Current Research Projects
This section is for in progress research only. To see completed projects, visit the Publications link and the Presentations section of the Curriculum Vitae link.
Emission spectra of common elements and molecules
PI: E.C. Martin
Impact of storage temperature, glucose, and microorganisms on blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in non-decomposed whole blood
PI: S. Lambert,
C.T. Pascual, C. Hodges, M.M. Bailey, and E.C. Martin
Discipline: Forensic Science
Trends in the distribution of plains minnow (Hybognathus placitus) in Kansas
PIs: D. Osterhaus and E.C. Martin
Discipline: Aquatic Ecology
Current Lab Members
Former Lab Members
Research Project Designing, building, and testing experimental microcosm aquaria for small-bodied stream fishes.