Paul Angermeier, Professor and Assistant Leader, Cooperative Research Unit


Paul Angermeier

Degrees Received

B.S., Purdue University: Environmental Science, 1975

M.S., University of Illinois: Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution, 1979

Ph.D., University of Illinois: Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution, 1983

Current Position

Research Scientist and Professor

U. S. Geological Survey, Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Blacksburg, Virginia  24061-0321

Research Interests

Ecology and conservation of stream/river biota, especially fishes

Spatial patterns in the provision and use of aquatic ecosystem services

Use of aquatic biota in assessing environmental quality


Current (as of 2012) Research Sponsors

The Nature Conservancy

United States Army Corps of Engineers

United States Department of Defense

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

United States Forest Service

United States Geological Survey

Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

Selected Presentations since 2009

Selected Publications since 2009 (from >100 total)  

Graduate Alumni

Brett Albanese – PhD William Ensign – PhD, Postdoc Filipa Filipe - PhD Emmanuel Frimpong - Postdoc
Kevin Goodwin - MS Igor Grigorovich – Postdoc Nathaniel Hitt – PhD, Postdoc Peter Jacobson - PhD
Maya Khosla – MS Kirk Krueger – PhD Nicolas Lapointe - PhD Kevin Leftwich – MS
Todd Richards – MS Amanda Rosenberger - PhD Mark Scott - MS Roy Smogor - MS
Margaret Uzee – MS Melvin Warren - Postdoc Matthew Winston - Postdoc   

Contact Info

biota@vt.edu

540-231-4501