Wallace Co-authors Articles, Textbook Chapter
Robert Wallace, professor of biology at Ripon College, recently presented and published a number of articles and has others currently in press.
He is one of five authors who contributed to a presentation at a meeting of The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, “Coloniality in rotifers: Implications for survival and fitness,” in Austin, Texas in January. Wallace also contributed a review of Wetland environments: a global perspective by J. Sandusky, F. Pavri, & S. Ward Aber that appeared in the August, 2013 edition of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries.
His forthcoming works include co-authored articles entitled “Nestedness in sessile and periphytic rotifer communities: A meta-analysis” and “Rotifers of temporary waters,” which will appear in the International Review of Hydrobiology.
In addition, he has collaborated with professor Terry Snell from Georgia Tech and Hilary Smith, a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Notre Dame on a chapter about rotifers in a forthcoming textbook: Freshwater Invertebrates.
In addition, Wallace was recently invited to lecture on aquatic ecology to students in the postgraduate program at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
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