Raymond Carthy, Ph.D.

Dr. Carthy's research centers on ecology of endangered species. His research interests involve reproductive ecology and physiology of coastal and wetland herpetofauna, with current focus on marine and freshwater turtles. He is also involved in research on threatened upland species and in conservation management oriented studies.

Biography

Only Raymond's five most recent publications are shown here. For more information about Raymond, including a full publications list, visit his profile page on the Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit web site. 
Raymond also can be reached at his Florida State University email address: ngosi@ufl.edu

Education

  • Ph D University of Florida 1996
  • MS Slippery Rock University 1983
  • BS Manhattan College 1980

Research Interests

Dr. Carthy's research centers on ecology of endangered species. His research interests involve reproductive ecology and physiology of coastal and wetland herpetofauna, with current focus on marine and freshwater turtles. He is also involved in research on threatened upland species and in conservation management oriented studies.

Teaching Interests

In addition to teaching herpetology classes centered on ecology and conservation of marine chelonids, Dr. Carthy has taught courses on bioethics and critical thinking. he is currently developing a graduate level course on coastal ecology.