Robin Van Meter
B.S., University of Maryland, College Park, 2000; M.S., Drexel University, 2003; Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2011.
Studying the effects of environmental pollution on amphibians and reptiles is my broad research interest. I look at pollution impacts at the individual, population and community level. Over the years I have investigated the effects of a crude oil spill on snapping turtle development and physiology, road deicer effects on amphibians in freshwater pond ecosystems and more recently my research has included large-scale use of agricultural pesticides. Currently my research explores the accumulation of pesticides in terrestrial amphibians through contact with the skin.
ENV 101: Introduction to Environmental Studies
BIO 294: General Zoology
ENV/BIO 394: Wetlands Ecology
ENV 394: Conservation & Wildlife Techniques
ENV/BIO 221: The Bermuda Environment
BIO 294: Tropical Ecology of Nicaragua
BIO 112: General Biology II
BIO 100: Current Topics in Ecology