- Dr. Thomas DeWitt
- Associate Professor, Ecological Quantitative Genetics
- LF Peterson
- Undergraduate Education
- B.Sc., Biology. Grand Valley State Unviersity, 1987
- Graduate Education
- Ph.D., Ecology, Evolution & Behavior. Binghamton University (SUNY), 1995
- M.A., Ecology, Evolution & Behavior. Boston University, 1991
- Naturalist Ecologist Training Program, University of Michigan, 1990
Ecological Quantitative Genetics; Functional Ecology; Phenotypic Plasticity; Natural Selection;
Conservation Biology; Environmental Stochasticity; Biomathematical Models; Development; Freshwater Ecology.
Tobler M, DeWitt TJ, Schlupp I, García de León FJ, Herrmann R, Feulner PGD, Tiedemann R, Plath M (2008)
Toxic hydrogen sulfid and dark caves: Phenotypic and genetic divergence across two abiotic environmental gradients in Poecilia mexicana.
Johnson JB, Burt DB, DeWitt TJ (2008)
Form, function, fitness—pathways to survival.
McEachran JD, DeWitt TJ (2008)
A new livebearing fish, Heterandria tuxtlaensis, from Lake Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae).
Ruehl CB, DeWitt TJ (2007)
Trophic plastcity and foraging performance in red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus (Linnaeus).
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology 349 284–294.
Langerhans RB, Chapman LJ, DeWitt TJ (2007)
Multiple phenotypes, multiple environmental gradients: complex phenotype-environment associations in an East African cyprinid.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 1171–1181.