Craig Stockwell

Department of Biological Sciences
Program Director, Environmental and Conservation Sciences
Phone:  Email Only
Office:  Stevens 226
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Research Interests

Contemporary evolution of fish populations in response to novel environments.  Establishment of new populations and the implications for host-parasite associations.  Conservation biology, human-wildlife interactions.

Recent Publications

Paulson, B.L. and C.A. Stockwell. 2020. Density dependent effects of invasive red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) on experimental populations of the Amargosa pupfish (Cyprinodon nevadensis amargosae).  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 149:84-92.  

Waraniak, J.M. J.D.L. Fisher, K. Purcell, D.M. Mushet and C.A. Stockwell. 2019.  Landscape genetics reveal broad and fine scale population structure due to landscape features and climate history in the northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens). Ecology and Evolution 9:1041-1060.

Heilveil, J.S. and C.A. Stockwell. 2017. Genetic signatures of translocations and habitat fragmentation for two evolutionarily significant units of a protected fish species.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 100:631-638.

Glaser, F.L.. K.S. Owen, S.M. Henkanaththegedara, C.A. Stockwell and S.C. Lema. 2017. Complete mitochondrion genome of the endangered Mohave tui chub Siphateles bicolor mohavensis (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B 2(2):797-799.

Jimenez, M., S.C. Goodchild, C.A. Stockwell and S.C. Lema.  2017.  Characterization and phylogenetic analysis of complete mitochondrial genomes for two desert cyprinodontoid fishes: the Pahrump poolfish Empetrichthys latos and White River springfish Crenichthys baileyi.  Gene 626:163-172. 

Dr. Craig Stockwell at Devils Hole, Nevada


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