|I'm a professor in the departments of Mathematics & Statistics and of Biology at McMaster University. My interests range widely in spatial, theoretical, mathematical, computational and statistical ecology, evolution and epidemiology; plant community, ecosystem, and epidemic dynamics; and whatever else takes my fancy.|
314 Hamilton Hall
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4K1
(905) 525-9140 x23320
GPG public key
(fingerprint: 688D 48D3 345F 3A7B 81A0
3287 E095 E584 5B97 1507)
Alternate location/phone: LSB 336, x24376.My schedule for the current semester.
I have recently moved from the Department of Biology at the University of Florida. If you were redirected from there and are looking for material that was on my web page there, please contact me. My office number and phone extension are subject to change in the next few months; e-mail is generally the best way to reach me.
Past and continuing areas of research interest:
Prospective graduate students in mathematical/statistical ecology, or empirical ecology/evolution with strong quantitative interests, should contact me by e-mail. I have not taken any students this year (entering fall 2010) but expect to do so next year (fall 2011).
I have published a book on statistical modeling for ecologists, in R: there is also a wiki for it, with updates, errata, and so forth. Feedback is welcome.