Thomas H. Martin

Tom Martin

 

Department of Biology
Associate Professor

Phone: 828-227-3660

FAX: 828-227-7066
Email: tmartin@wcu.edu
Office Address: Natural Science Building 132

Education:
Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 1990
M.S., East Tennessee State University, 1986
B.S., Lincoln Memorial University, 1980

Courses Taught:
BIOL 435/535: Aquatic Ecology
BIOL 467/567: Biostatistics
BIOL 476/576: Contemporary Fisheries

Recent Publications:
Bates, P. C., J. R. Miller, D.M. Styers, K. Langdon, C. Burda, R. Davis, T.H. Martin, B. D. Kloeppel, and S. McFarland. 2018. Natural resource condition assessment: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Natural Resource Report NPS/GRSM/NRR—2018/1626. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Bates, P. C., J. R. Miller, D. M. Styers, C. Burda, R. Davis, T.H. Martin, and B. D. Kloeppel. 2017. Natural resource condition assessment: Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. Natural Resource Report NPS/CARL/NRR—2017/1373. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Bates, P. C., J. R. Miller, D. M. Styers, C. Burda, R. Davis, T.H. Martin, G. M. Hovis, and B. D. Kloeppel. 2017. Natural resource condition assessment: Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. Natural Resource Report NPS/GUCO/NRR—2017/1372. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Olson, A.D. and T.H. Martin. 2016. Life history traits of the Mirror Shiner, Notropis spectrunculus, in Western North Carolina. Southeastern Naturalist 15(1):102-114.

Wesner*, J.S., J.W. Cornelison*, C.D. Dankmeyer*, P.F. Galbreath, and T.H. Martin. 2011. Growth, pH tolerance, survival, and diet of introduced northern-strain and native southern-strain Appalachian brook trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140(1):37-44.

* student co-authors
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