Keith Johnson Ph.D.
- Ph.D. Texas A & M University – Corpus Christi Coastal and Marine System Science (2012)
- B.A. Central College Biology (1999)
- Gain, I. E., Brewton, R. A., Robillard, M. M. R., Johnson, K. D., Smee, D. L., & Stunz, G. W. (2017). Macrofauna using intertidal oyster reef varies in relation to position within the estuarine habitat mosaic. Marine Biology, 164(1), 8.
- Johnson, K. D., Grabowski, J. H., & Smee, D. L. (2014). Omnivory dampens trophic cascades in estuarine communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 507, 197-206.
- Johnson, K. D., & Smee, D. L. (2014). Predators influence the tidal distribution of oysters (Crassostrea virginica). Marine biology, 161(7), 1557-1564.
- Smee, D. L., Overath, R. D., Johnson, K. D., & Sanchez, J. A. (2013). Intraspecific variation influences natural settlement of eastern oysters. Oecologia, 173(3), 947-953.
- Johnson, K. D., & Smee, D. L. (2012). Size matters for risk assessment and resource allocation in bivalves. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 462, 103-110.
- BIO 104 – The Human Body and Contemporary Health Issues
- BIO 113L – General Biology I Laboratory: Cell Biology and Genetics
- BIO 115 – General Biology III: Ecology and Evolution
- BIO 115L – General Biology III: Ecology and Evolution Lab
- ENV 165 – Science of the Chesapeake Bay
- ENV 307 – Marine Biology
- ENV 320 – Environmental Science Field Studies
- ENV 360 – Wildlife Ecology and Management
- ENV/BIO 365 – Independent Research
- ENV 410 – The Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem
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