When USGS research zoologist Gordon G. Rodda was a graduate student at Cornell University studying behavioral biology of alligators —or later, completing a post-doc at the Smithsonian Institute studying the social behavior of green iguanas in Venezuela or following that, as a statistics and sociobiology instructor at the University of Tennessee—he did not foresee that his professional future was in snakes. Lots of snakes, and in places they don’t belong.
|Title||Snakes in the wrong places: Gordon Rodda’s career in invasive species research|
|Publication Subtype||Other Report|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|