Michael J Adams

Biography

Education
Ph.D. Wildlife Science, 1997, University of Washington 
B.S. Wildlife Biology, 1992, Colorado State University

Specialty

Research in my lab focuses on amphibian conservation issues. We are currently addressing issues such as invasive species, disease, land use change, and long-term monitoring design for amphibians in North America. We use a combination of comparative surveys and manipulative experiments to understand the factors affecting amphibian distribution and abundance.

Research Interests
Freshwater Community Ecology
Survey/Monitoring Design
Invasive Species Ecology
Complex Life Cycles
Amphibian Biology
Northwest Forests
Wildlife Ecology