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Hayley Gillespie, Ph.D.

Hayley Gillespie, Ph.D

J. Hayley Gillespie, Ph.D.

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Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Ph.D., 2011, University of Texas at Austin
B.A., 2003, Austin College



Modern Biology I (BIO 1320)

Research Interests

Conservation Biology, Stable-isotope Ecology, Feeding Behavior, Population Dynamics, Art-Science Interactions

Selected Publications

Gillespie JH. 2013. Application of stable isotope analysis to study temporal changes in foraging ecology in a highly endangered amphibian. PLoS ONE 8(1): e53041 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0053041.

Gillespie JH. 2011. Foraging ecology and dietary variation in the Barton Springs Salamander (Eurycea sosorum): an application of stable isotope analysis to conservation of endangered species.  Final report for the Barton Springs Salamander Conservation Fund. Austin, TX: Austin Community Foundation & City of Austin, Texas.

Goldsmith S, Gillespie H and Weatherby C. 2007. Restoration of Hawaiian montane wet forest: endemic longhorned beetles (Cerambycidae: Plagithmysus) in koa (Fabaceae: Acacia koa) plantations and in intact forest. Southwestern Naturalist 52:356–363.

Schulze PC, Gillespie JH, Womble R and Silen A. 2006. The effect of suspended sediments on Lake Texoma Daphnia: Field distributions and in-situ incubations.  Freshwater Biology 51:1447-1457 

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