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Darwin Day! Come hear Dr. Michael Collins at the Benjamin Hooks central library

Dr. Collins’ research interests are broad but center on examining the determinants and consequences of species diversity at local, regional, and global scales. His research employs observational, field, computational, statistical, and GIS approaches to understand issues in community ecology, conservation biology, avian ecology, and invasive species. Dr. Collins is excited to begin field studies in the Memphis area.
B.S., University of Arizona (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
M.S., Florida State University (Biological Science)
Ph.D., University of Tennessee (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)

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  • Leo E. A.

    Very informative

    February 9, 2014

  • Dottie

    Is he the same Michael Collins who coauthored the book The Wild Silk Moths of North America? Great book.

    February 3, 2014

    • Bill R.

      I doubt it is the same guy, but you can ask him Sunday.

      February 4, 2014

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