Dr. Kirk WinemillerKirk O. Winemiller
Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Interdisciplinary Doctoral Degree Program

Texas A&M University
2258 TAMU | College Station, TX  77843-2358  U.S.A.
Office: 979-845-6295
Fax: 979-845-4096

Curriculum Vitae

Office: 216 WFES
Lab: 420/421 WFES


Aquatic, Fish, and Community Ecology


B.A., Miami University (Ohio), 1978; M.S., 1981
Ph.D., University of Texas, 1987

Other Professional Experience

Research Associate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Lecturer, University of Texas
Fulbright Research Scholar, Zambia
Ichthyology Curator, Texas Natural History Collection, Texas Memorial Museum

Research Direction

Fish population and community ecology;  Evolution, ecology, and management of fishes and aquatic ecosystems in temperate and tropical settings;  Specific research interests include:  patterns and mechanisms of resource partitioning in fish communities; life-history strategies and population regulation; predator-prey interactions; relationships between form and ecological function in fishes; management of biodiversity and multi-species fisheries; food web structure and function; responses of fluvial ecological systems to variation in flow regimes.