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Thomas H. Martin

Department of Biology
Associate Professor

Tom Martin

Phone: 828-227-3660
FAX: 828-227-7066
Email: tmartin@wcu.edu
Office Address: Natural Science Building 333

Education:

  • Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 1990
  • M.S., East Tennessee State University, 1986
  • B.S.,  Lincoln Memorial University, 1980

Courses Taught:

  • BIOL 103: Environmental Biology
  • BIOL 241: Introduction ot Ecology and Evolution
  • BIOL 435/535: Aquatic Ecology
  • BIOL 467/567:  Biostatistics
  • BIOL 476/576: Contemporary Fisheries
  • BIOL 693: Classic Papers in Ecology

Selected Publications:

  • Wesner*, J.S., J.W. Cornelison*, C.D. Dankmeyer*, P.F. Galbreath, and T.H. Martin. 2011. Growth, pH tolerance, survival, and diet of introduced northern-strain and native southern-strain Appalachian brook trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140(1):37-44.
  • Galbreath, P.F., N.D. Adams*, L.W. Sherrill III, and T.H. Martin.. 2006. Thermal tolerance of diploid versus triploid rainbow trout and brook trout assessed by time to chronic lethal maximum.  Environmental Biology of Fishes,  75:183-193.
  • McPherson, R.J., F.K. Ammer*, T.H. Martin, and L. Bernatchez. 2002. Use of single strand conformation polymorphism analysis to identify sequence variation In a 356-base region of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) mitochondrial DNA.  Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 76(1):22-26.
  • Garcia*, E.F., R.J. McPherson, T.H. Martin, R.A. Poth, M.S. Greeley, Jr. 1997. Liver cell estrogen receptor binding in prespawning female largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides, environmentally exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 32:309-315.
  • Trebitz*, A., S.Carpenter, P. Cunningham*, B. Johnson*, R. Lillie, D. Marshall, T. Martin, R. Narf, T. Pellett, S. Stewart, C. Storlie, and J. Unmuth.  1997.  A model of bluegill-largemouth bass interactions in relation to aquatic vegetation and its management.  Ecological Modeling 94:139-156.
  • Johnson, D.M., T.H. Martin, M. Mahato, L.B. Crowder, and P.H. Crowley. 1996. Link strength in lake littoral food webs: net effects of small sunfish and larval dragonflies. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15:271-288.
  • Martin, T.H., L.B. Crowder, C.F. Dumas, and J.M. Burkholder. 1992. Indirect effects of fish on macrophytes in Bays Mountain Lake: Evidence for a littoral trophic cascade.  Oecologia 89: 476-481.
  • Martin, T.H., R.A. Wright, and L.B. Crowder. 1989. Non-additive impact of blue crabs and spot on their prey assemblages.  Ecology 70(6): 1935-1942.  

*student co-authors

  • Trebitz*, A., S.Carpenter, P. Cunningham*, B. Johnson*, R. Lillie, D. Marshall, T. Martin, R. Narf, T. Pellett, S. Stewart, C. Storlie, and J. Unmuth.  1997.  A model of bluegill-largemouth bass interactions in relation to aquatic vegetation and its management.  Ecological Modeling 94:139-156.
Johnson, D.M., T.H. Martin, M. Mahato, L.B. Crowder, and P.H. Crowley. 1996. Link strength in lake littoral food webs: net effects of small sunfish and larval dragonflies. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15:271-288.
 

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