O-H-I-O from Katoto Zambia Teaching monkeys the 'O' of OHIO. natasha in joshua tree national park, CA shannon tagging shark jonathan hall and bishnoi elder chelsea korfel in the Ecuadorian Amazon with Atelopus sp. paul larson with Bull Kelp at Kaka Point in New Zealand heather fair at downstream Mingyong glacier research site

 

Welcome to the home page of the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University.

Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology (EEOB) encompasses the study of animals, plants, and microbes in their relationships among themselves and their environments, and in their common ancestry. We ask questions about how nature works from individual genes to entire ecosystems and at time scales of minutes to millenia. As an organization we provide a home from which faculty, students, and staff can further their creative goals while contributing to the life of the University.

 

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Kellen Calinger
Kellen Calinger
Ph.D. Program
phenology
Laura Kubatko
Laura Kubatko
Associate...
Statistical...
Cassandra May
Cassandra May
Ph.D. program
Susan Gershman
Susan Gershman
Assistant...
Behavioral...