• Brian Wisenden Undergraduate Research


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  • Undergraduate Research - Brian Wisenden

    Behavioral ecology of chemically-mediated predator-prey interactions. Research projects with me study how aquatic animals adapt to their environment using behavior. In aquatic environments, chemical cues are an important source of environmental information. Recent research emphasis focuses on how aquatic animals use chemical cues for detecting and avoiding predation risk. These projects can go in many different directions, depending on the specific interests of each student. Study can involve lab and/or field work.