Ginny

Ginny Adams, Ph.D.

CNSM Associate Dean, Biology Associate Professor and Environmental Science Program Coordinator

gadams@uca.edu

LSC 105 / 016

(501) 450-3199 / 450-5917

Education:

Ph.D., Zoology, Southern Illinois University, 2005

Started at UCA in 2003


Courses Taught:

Environmental Practicum

Ichthyology

Vertebrate Zoology

 

Research Website:

https://sites.google.com/a/uca.edu/adams-fish-ecology-lab/

 

Selected Publications:

Cox, C., J. Quinn, L. Lewis, S.R. Adams, and G.L. Adams. Population demographics of American eels in two Arkansas USA watersheds that drain into the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Fish Biology (Accepted with Revisions 2015)


Stearman, L., G.L. Adams, S.R. Adams. Does the ecology of the redfin darter (Etheostoma whipplei) reveal initial effects of nontraditional natural gas exploration? Environmental Biology of Fishes. 98:623-635, 2015



Day, J., J. Gerken, G.L. Adams. Population ecology and seasonal demography of the endangered grotto sculpin (Cottus specus). Ecology of Freshwater Fish, Online 2104