Boyle Lab

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Research in the Boyle Lab combines behavior, ecology, conservation biology, remote sensing and GIS in order to address how anthropogenic changes to the environment affect the distribution, persistence, ecology, and future viability of fauna and flora.

Current projects focus on 1) the impacts of habitat fragmentation on species in South America; 2) ecological impacts of urbanization in Memphis, Tennessee; and 3) behavior of captive animals at The Memphis Zoo. If you are interested in learning more about primate conservation, behavior and ecology, please visit the Pitheciine Action Group.

To learn more about research in the Boyle Lab, please take a look at the Publications page and the News page. Additonal information on zoo research is available on the opportunities for students to gain experience at the Memphis Zoo page.

Additional information is available here.

Announcements

Congratulations to Allison Julien (′14), Maggie Blake (′14), Kimber Jones (′13), and Phillip Lyons (′13) for winning awards at the Western Regional Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Sciences! More...

 

Congratulations to Kimber Jones (′13) and Sarah Ferguson (′13) for winning awards at the Western Regional Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Sciences! More...