Missouri State University Department of Biology
Hello, I have retired after 33 years of teaching, research and service on the faculty of the Biology Department of Missouri State University.
My wife Janice and I have moved from the Missouri Ozarks and we are now living
in and exploring a very different ecosystem, the Sonoran Desert of southeastern
Arizona. I spend my time hiking,
biking, birding and herping. In the
summers, we will still journey to northern Wisconsin where I add fishing to my
list of activities. the position of
I plan to continue my activities in research and writing, especially related to chelonian conservation and ecology. I have now accepted
the position of
Chelonian Section Editor of the on-line journal Herpetological Conservation and Biology where I hope to further contribute to promoting the welfare and knowledge of turtles and tortoises around the world.
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