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Kristine Moody Clemson


a bit about me:

As an integrative evolutionary ecologist, I combine traditional approaches (e.g., population genetics, laboratory selection experiments, ecological surveys) with cutting-edge genomics and simulation methodologies to quantify the mechanism(s) that shape the adaptations, population persistence, and species conservation. My work focuses primarily on freshwater fishes (both migratory and non-migratory species) across the USA. 

Currently as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Oak Ridge National Lab, I am studying the ecological impacts of hydropower and functional trait evolution.


Thank you for your interest!  Please peruse the rest of my website to learn more about my research and me.  You can also follow me on Twitter @GobyGuru.

Kristine Moody Clemson


MARCH  2021 - Evolutionary Applications manuscript accepted
JANUARY 2021 - Biological Invasions manuscript accepted
AUGUST 2020 - Juvenile fish traits manuscript submitted
MAY 2020 - DOE eDNA grant funded
MARCH 2020 - Started new job at ORNL
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