Valdosta State University
Dr. Corey Anderson is currently working as a Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology, Valdosta State University , Georgia. His research interests includes patial ecology and spatial genetics, microevolutionary processes and spatial pattern analysis. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Corey Anderson is the member of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to patial ecology and spatial genetics, microevolutionary processes and spatial pattern analysis.
My research interests lie in spatial ecology and spatial genetics. I study the geographical, ecological, and microevolutionary processes that shape the spatial distribution of organisms and their genetic variation in natural populations. I conduct my own empirical research and I collaborate with other empirical researchers, usually as a specialist in spatial pattern analysis. I am also interested in the assessment and development of statistical analyses and software tools for conducting spatial pattern analysis.
Anderson CD (2015) Variation in male movement paths during the mating season exhibited by the Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) in St. Louis County, Missouri. Herpetology Notes 8: 267-274.
Dowling TE, Anderson CD, Marsh PC, Rosenberg MS (2015) Population structure in the roundtail chub (Gila robusta complex) of the Gila River basin as determined by microsatellites: evolutionary and conservation implications. PLoS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0139832
Weyer J, Jorgensen D, Schmitt T, Maxwell TJ, Anderson CD (2014) Lack of detectable genetic differentiation between den populations of the Prairie Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) in a fragmented landscape. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 837-846.