Gregory Mathews

Doctoral aspirant EEB
Primary office:
Higuchi Hall


Advisor name: Jim Thorp
Research Interest: Aquatic community diversity and ecology
Hometown: Frostburg, MD

Education:

  • 2016 B.S. Environmental Science and Policy, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Presentations:

  • Gonzalez, Z., I. Agarwal, L. Amrhein, R. Fitzgerald, S. Golt, Y. Hentati, B. Kang, T. Mills, Y. Mann, G. Mathews, N. Watts and T. Miller. Minimum Effective Population Size of the Invasive Northern Snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, Newport, RI, April 2016. Contributed oral presentation.
  • Agarwal, I., L. Amrhein, R. Fitzgerald, S. Golt, Z. Gonzalez, Y. Hentati, B. Kang, T. Mills, Y. Mann, G. Mathews, N. Watts and T. Miller. Angler Perceptions and Population Viability of the Northern Snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, Annapolis, MD, April 2015. Contributed oral presentation.
  • Mathews, G., I. Agarwal, L. Amrhein, R. Fitzgerald, S. Golt, Z. Gonzalez, Y. Hentati, B. Kang, T. Mills, Y. Mann, N. Watts and T. Miller. Angler Perception and Population Viability of the Northern Snakehead in the Potomac River. MD-DE State Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Grantsville, MD, April 2015. Contributed poster presentation.

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