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James Haynes, Ph.D.

Professor
(585) 395-5783
jhaynes@brockport.edu
Office:  121 Lennon Hall

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Minnesota 

Undergraduate Courses

  • Environmental Science (ENV 201/202)
  • Biological Oceanography (ENV 319), Biology of Pollution (ENV 423)
  • Marine Biology/Geology- Bahamas (ENV/ESC 457)
  • Fish Ecology (ENV 484), Environmental Impact Analysis (ENV 488)
  • Fishery Techniques & Fish Identification (ENV 490)

Graduate Courses

  • Biology of Pollution (ENV 523), Marine Biology/Geology- Bahamas (ENV/ESC 557)
  • Fish Ecology (ENV 584), Environmental Impact Analysis (ENV 588)
  • Fishery Techniques & Fish Identification (ENV 590)

Research

  • Fish ecology/Fishery Science
  • Fish ecology and behavior;
  • Marine biology;
  • Benthic macroinvertebrate communities (zebra mussel effects, indicators of stream health);
  • Environmental impact analysis
  • Biotelemetry
  • Great Lakes' issues
  • Environmental education

Awards

  • SUNY Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching and for Exemplary Contributions to Research
There is more learning in the question itself than the answer.Andew Weremy

Last Updated 10/17/19

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