In the Spring of 2007 Dr. Melanie Culver visited Molly Renner's biology class at City High School in Tucson, AZ.
- Listen to Audio Podcast on Conservation Genetics
- View WildlifeGenetics.ppt
- Dr. Melanie Culver discusses her own research on pumas, research on the Madagascar fish-eagle, as well as "sky island" bears of Arizona. She illustrates how conservation genetics can help to keep viable populations of organisms, such as the puma (mountain lion, cougar) in the wild.
Dr. Melanie Culver is a biologist at the University of Arizona who specializes in
- Conservation Genetics
- Population Genetics
- Molecular Systematics
- Molecular Ecology
Melanie Culver's web page has information about the research that takes place in her lab, her publications and presentations, as well as information about her professional experience.
This page was developed as part of the project "New Strategies for Life Sciences Outreach in Arizona: Developing a Digital Library of Audio and Video Features in the Context of the Tree of Life Web Project" funded by the University of Arizona Technology and Research Initiative Fund.