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Michael King

Michael King is seen in front of shrubbery. He sports a large handle bar mustache.

General Information

Biology, Zoology
Phone: (707) 826-3677
Office: Science A 463
Email: mgk2@humboldt.edu
Personal Website: N/A

Academic background


Summary of research

My main interests are teaching at the University and Junior College level, vertebrate morphology, vertebrate natural history and environmental science. I have taught at Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods since 1990. I am also involved with the Veterans Upward Bound program and the Educational Opportunities Summer Bridge Program. This past year I participated in the training and supervision of 35 students involved with museum techniques and specimen preparation. Recently the HSU Vertebrate Museum has rearticulated the skeleton of a beaked whale (Mesoplodon) for display in the Science "B" foyer and a mountain lion (Felis concolor) for display at the Arcata Musem of Natural History.

Sample publications


Graduate students