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Jack W. Feminella

Professor and Chair
Ecology of Aquatic Invertebrates, Stream Ecology

OFFICE: 101 Rouse Life Sciences
PHONE: (334) 844-3906 
FAX : (334) 844-1645 
E-MAIL: feminjw@auburn.edu
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Dr. Jack W. Feminella is Professor of Invertebrate Ecology in the Department of Biological Sciences. He has studied ecology of a wide variety of freshwater invertebrates inhabiting streams in Oregon, California, Washington, Arkansas, and in the southeastern United States since 1978. At Auburn University, he and his students are currently evaluating benthic invertebrates, water quality, and watershed conditions in Piedmont, Appalachian, and Coastal Plains streams of the Southeast. Lab research focusses on understanding biotic and abiotic controls of stream benthic communities, including contemporary and historical influences of humans on streams. 

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