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Roy W. Martin

As a graduate student at West Virginia University, I studied the effects of habitat fragmentation due to mining on stream fishes in central Appalachia. As an aquatic ecologist with Downstream Strategies, LLC in Morgantown, WV, I worked to assess and model fish habitat throughout the Midwest and Great Plains, USA for a project funded by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Midwest and Great Plains Fish Habitat Partnerships. As a Postdoctoral Fellow with the USEPA's Office of Research and Development, I am working to develop and integrate multiple layers of spatial information, including GIS data and data describing population dynamics, into spatially explicit models of population vulnerability and ecological condition. My focus has primarily been in aquatic ecology and current areas of specific interest include metapopulation and metacommunity ecology, landscape ecology, bioassessment, and restoration ecology.

Biographical Information

Name: Roy W. Martin
Title: Postdoctoral Researcher - Population Modeler

Contact Info:

Ecological Exposure Research Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
Environmental Protection Agency
26 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. (MD579)
Cincinnati, OH 45268

Phone: 513-569-7074
Email: martin.roy@epa.gov

Education

  • M.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, 2004, West Virginia University
  • Ph.D. in Forest Resources Science, 2010, West Virginia University

Professional Experience

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, USEPA, ORD/NERL/EERD, 2011 to Present
  • Aquatic Ecologist, Downstream Strategies, Morgantown, WV 2010 - 2011

Publications and Presentations

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