Our lab in Fall 2018, getting ready to jump frog-style (missing: Madison Stevens). See here if you would like to join us!
Daniel Moen, Assistant Professor
Allison Hanna (M.S. student; 2016–present): The role of thermal performance curves in dispersal limitations and patterns of species diversity
Jack Spicer (M.S. student; 2018–present): Evolution of frog swimming mechanics
Antonio Loper (2018–present): Independent study and honors thesis; the relationship between frog morphology and swimming mechanics
Mardi Wisdom (2018–present): Independent study; thermal performance curves and elevation
Baylee Rae (2018–present): Independent study; the relationships between muscles and movement in frogs
Madison Stevens (2017–present): 2018 Summer REU and Independent study; the evolution of gliding morphology in frogs