expanding the science of river ecology
The Correa River Ecology Laboratory investigates large tropical and subtropical rivers to understand the roles of temporal, spatial, and structural heterogeneity on the maintenance of biodiversity and fisheries productivity. Ongoing research in coastal rivers of the Southeastern USA explores links between bottomland hardwood forests and aquatic food webs. Research in lowland rivers of the Amazon and Pantanal regions of South America explores the evolutionary origin and ecological relevance of fish-forest interactions. Findings from our research inform monitoring, restoration, and Climate-Change resilience initiatives for riverine ecosystems.
Sandra Bibiana Correa, Ph.D.
Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture
Mississippi State University
Office: 255 Thompson Hall
Address: 775 Stone Blvd. Starkville, MS 39762
Phone: +1 662-325-0158
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=qBv7ThkAAAAJ&hl=en
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sandra_Correa2