Dr. Christopher Tabit
Professor and Chair
Aquatic Ecology and Conservation
- Ph.D. Marine Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science School of Marine Science, College of William and Mary
- M.S. Biology, Bucknell University
- B.S. Biology, Pennsylvania State University
In the area of aquatic ecology and conservation, my research is focused on the biological integrity of streams in West Georgia and the impact of continued growth and development on the biodiversity of fishes. I also study the morphological variability of placoid scales of Squaliforme sharks and function.
- BIOL 1010 Fundamentals of Biology
- BIOL 3226 Natural History of Vertebrates
- BIOL 3231 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
- BIOL 3232 Vertebrate Evolution
- BIOL 4245/5245 Ichthyology
- BIOL 4445/5445 Marine Biology
- Brogdon, S.M., Tabit, C.R., Kral, L.G. (2003) Population structure of the Tallapoosa darter (Etheostoma tallaposae). Southeastern Naturalist 2(4): 487-498.
- Tabit, C. R. and G. Johnson. (2002) The Biodiversity and Distribution of Fish in a Southeastern Upper Piedmont Drainage. Southeastern Naturalist 1(3):253-268.