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  1. Hughes, A. R., and K. E. Lotterhos in press. Genotypic diversity at multiple spatial scales in the foundation marsh species, Spartina alterniflora . Marine Ecology Progress Series
  2. Lotterhos, K. E., S. J. Dick and D. R. Haggarty in press. Evaluation of Rockfish Conservation Area networks in the US and Canada relative to the dispersal distance for black rockfish (Sebastes melanops<\em>). Evolutionary Applications
  3. Travis, J. and K. E. Lotterhos 2013. Using experiments and models to untangle direct and indirect effects in a ”simple” food web: is there hope for understanding fishery systems?. Bulletin of Marine Science
  4. Lotterhos, K. E 2012. Non-significant isolation-by-distance implies limited dispersal. Molecular Ecology 21: 5637-5639
  5. Lotterhos, K. E., and R. Markel 2012. Oceanographic drivers of offspring abundance may increase or decrease reproductive variance in a temperate marine fish. Molecular Ecology 21: 5009-5026


Katie E. Lotterhos

Former Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Web page: Lotterhos Lab, Blog
Research area: Ecology, Evolution
Supervisor: M. Whitlock
History: Ph.D. Biology, Florida State University 2011
B.A. Physics with Biology minor, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2002

In January 2014, Lotterhos Lab joined Wake Forest University. New webpage is at https://sites.google.com/site/katielotterhos/home



PADI Foundation Research Grant

For Research


Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre Graduate Scholarship

For Research


National Science Foundation- Graduate Research Fellowship

For Research

Last updated 10 November 2015