The Guppy Project

Joseph Travis

Joseph Travis
JT - Florida State University

Joseph TravisJoseph Travis brings nearly 30 years of experience in population biology to the group, with over 20 years focusing on poeciliid fish. His empirical work has included studies of numerical dynamics, predator-prey interactions, community ecology, physiological ecology, population and quantitative genetics, and sexual selection and mating systems. He contributes a broad view of how evolutionary and ecological processes interact, especially with respect to how those processes unfold under different regimes of numerical dynamics. His strength is the design of experimental work for testing assumptions and predictions of theory and in the statistical analysis of observation and experimental data. He brings a broad overview to the group, along with experience across many of the subdisciplines represented by the expertise of the others.

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University of California, Riverside
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Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Foundations in Integrative Biological Research (FIBR)
Funded by: National Science Foundation

Email: gupy@ucr.edu

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