FACULTY RESEARCH EXPERTISE
PhD University of Chicago, Ecology
Research Focus: Population Ecology
Web Site: http://mason.gmu.edu/~lrockwoo
Office/Lab: DK 3033/DK 3038
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Larry Rockwood is a Professor of Environmental Science and Policy and Director of the Undergraduate Biology Program at George Mason University. Dr. Rockwood has taught General Ecology, Population Ecology and Tropical Ecology at George Mason University for 35 years. His research interests include population and tropical ecology, and plant-animal interactions. Recent research, supported by NASA and the Department of the Navy (Quantico Marine Base), includes radio tracking and behavior of black ducks, and the population ecology and genetics of canids. He also continues a long term project on the growth and survivorship of trees in the Mason Neck area of Fairfax County, Virginia. He is the author of a recent textbook (An Introduction to Population Ecology, 2006, Blackwell), and of a laboratory manual for General Ecology. He also edited the book (with Ronald Stewart and Tom Dietz), Foundations of Environmental Sustainability, the Coevolution of Science and Policy, published in April 2008 by Oxford University Press.