Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Research Associate – Scribner/Robinson Lab
Natural Resource Building, rm5
I study the effects of anthropogenic-induced environmental change on genetic and morphological variation in natural populations. I am interested in the impact of demographic changes on genetic variation and how standing genetic and morphological variation influence the capacity for resilience. I leverage genomic tools and museum collections to address these topics over time and geographic space in non-model organisms. At Michigan State, I am working with Drs. Kim Scribner and John Robinson to examine the gene flow and reproductive ecology of the invasive Red Swamp Crayfish to inform management practices.
You can also link her personal website https://nicoleadamssci.wordpress.com/