Kristine Moody Clemson

Hello,

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.

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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

UPDATES

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