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Lindsay White is a current JSU Biology M.S. graduate student. Lindsay is examining metabolism of endemic fishes in response to changing environmental conditions.

Lindsay
David White is a current JSU Biology M.S. graduate student. David is examining fish communities in Choccolocco Creek and its tributaries, and in Little River and its tributaries. He is particularly interested in looking at habitats where remnant populations of the blue shiner, Cyprinella caerulea, may occur.

Greg Scull completed his M.S. degree in Biology in the Spring of 2010. Greg examined fish assemblages of a small stream system within the Shoal Creek District of the Talladega National Forest. Greg is currently working for the US Fish and Wildlife Service conducting research on the presence of Chytrid fungus in the Longleaf Mountain NWR in Anniston AL.

Josh Turner completed a M.S. in Biology in the Summer of 2009. Josh examined the population distribution of the Alabama Holiday Darter, Etheostoma brevirostrum, in Shoal Creek (Talladega National Forest).



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