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Troy Tetreault

Advisor: Dr. Ken Aho
Degree: M.S. Biology

Office: Life Science 419

tetrtroy@isu.edu

 

 

Research


Using plant-pollinator networks, newly-developed insect exclosure methods, and historical comparisons to inform conservation strategies and future directions for ecological research.

Education


2019, B.S. Ecology, State University of New York - Plattsburgh

Biographical Sketch


Troy is an MS student working with Dr. Ken Aho, and joined the lab in the Fall of 2019. Before attending ISU, he graduated from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh with a bachelor's degree in Ecology and a minor in Botany. During his time as an undergraduate at Plattsburgh he was involved in numerous independent research projects that included wetland ecosystem responses to wildfire, tree encroachment into a boreal peatland, and alpine plant-pollinator interactions. For his master's work, Troy is working on updating methods of pollination ecology and investigating pollinator networks using newly collected and historical observational data. During his free time he enjoys trail running, hiking, and rock climbing.

Teaching


BIOL 2228 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2227 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab
BIOL 1102 Major Concepts in Biology II Lab
BIOL 1101 Major Concepts in Biology I Lab
BIOL 1100 Concepts in Biology Lab