Carlsbad, New Mexico
BS: Kansas State University
MS: Southern Illinois University
Kaleb is doctoral student working with Dr. Colden Baxter in the ISU Stream Ecology Lab and pursuing the Doctoral of Arts degree. He has a degree in Biology with a minor in Music from Kansas State University and a MS in Zoology from SIU Carbondale. His masters research examined responses of aquatic insects and riparian birds to an in-stream restoration project in the Cache River Basin of southern Illinois. His doctoral research is an investigation of multiple stressors and their effects on stream-riparian ecosystems, with particular focus on the potentially interactive effects of multiple invasive species.
Heinrich, K.K., M.R. Whiles, and C. Roy. 2013. Cascading ecological responses to an in-stream restoration project in a midwestern river. Restoration Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/rec.12026.
Heinrich, K. K. 2011. Insect emergence and riparian bird responses to rock weir construction in the Cache River basin of southern Illinois. M.S. Thesis. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, USA.