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Michael Camann

A portrait of Dr. Michael Camann in his office. A computer and shelves of books are seen in the background.

General Information

Insect Community Structure
Phone: (707) 826-3676
Office: Science A 360A
Email: mac24@humboldt.edu
Personal Website:N/A

Academic background


Summary of research

My interests focus upon insect ecology at community and ecosystem scales. I'm interested in insect assemblage structure, how external forces influence insect community structure, especially anthropogenic land use and disturbance, and how insect community structure influences ecosystem processes such as organic detritus processing and nutrient mobilization. I approach these questions on several fronts, including forest canopy insect ecology, forest soil microarthropods, and freshwater macroarthropod ecology. I am also interested in developing site-specific biomonitoring protocols in Northern California.

Sample publications

Graduate students

Current students:

Stefani Brandt, Mason London

Former students:

Heather Beeler, Michael Brady, Melissa Dean, Julia Everta, Laura Hagenauer, Erin Hannelly, Katelyn Ludwig, Jane Monroe, John Welsh