Kenneth Kozak

Associate Professor, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
100 Ecology Building
+1 612 624 3982

Education

Ph.D., Washington University

Areas of Interest

Phylogeography, molecular ecology, and historical biogeography of amphibians and reptiles; biodiversity informatics; applications of GIS to evolutionary biology, ecology, and conservation biology.

Teaching

FW 4101 - Herpetology (Spring odd years)

FW 4301 - Conservation Genetics (Spring even years)

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