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Past and Present Student Researchers

Rahim Zettili is a current graduate student working on his M.S. degree in Biology.  Rahim is developing life history models examining the effects of temperature on partitioning of metabolic energies in native Alabama fishes. 


Lindsay White completed her JSU Biology M.S. degree in Spring of 2014. Lindsay studied the physiological ecology of endemic and threatened fish species.  She is currently working for the Tennesee Aquarium Conservation Institute and continuing to conduct collaborative research with JSU.


David White completed his JSU Biology M.S. degree in 2012. David examined the occurrence of the federally threatened Blue shiner, Cyprinella caerulea, in Alabama.  He is currently an independent conservation consultant.

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 employed by the Shoal Creek Ranger District of the USDA Forest Service.

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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