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Nicholas C. Collins

Associate Professor Emeritus

PhD, University of Georgia
BA, Pomona College

DV 4023E


  1. The contrast between how much variance we believe we can explain in and how much is actually explainable.
  2. The evolution of effect sizes in nature.
  3. Managing false discovery rates in ecology and evolutionary biology
  4. Implementing Open Science initiatives in ecology and evolutionary biology.
  5. The utility of habitat characteristics in determining the growth and abundance of nearshore fishes.
  6. The importance of activity costs in determining fish growth differences among lakes.
  7. The effects of predation risk on activity patterns and habitat use by littoral fishes
  8. Facilitating warmwater temperature regimes for fish in shallow Great Lakes embayments.