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Biological Sciences

College of Arts & Sciences

Fred Alsop

Fred J. Alsop III

423-439-6838 /
Brown Hall, Room 328


Research Interests:

General research interests are in the population biology of vertebrates, especially birds. Previous studies have focused on state-listed avian species and sympatric species of the higher elevations of the Southern Appalachians.

Selected Publications:

Laughlin AJ, Karsai I, and Alsop FJ. 2013. Habitat Partitioning and Niche Overlap of Two Forest Thrushes in the Southern Appalachian  Spruce-Fir Forests.The Condor.115(2):394-402.

Hamed K, Alsop FJ, and Laughlin TF. 2008. Life History Traits of the Tennessee Dace (Phoxinus tennesseensis) in Northeast Tennessee.  Amer. Midland Naturalist. 160:289-299.

Alsop F J. 2004. America's Backyard Birds. Crane Hill Publishers, Birmingham.

Alsop F J. 2003. Smithsonian Handbooks, Birds of Canada. D.K. Publishing, Inc. 400 pgs.

Alsop F J. 2001. Smithsonian Birds of North America. D.K. Publishing, Inc., NY and London. 1008 pgs ISBN 0-7894-8001-8.


Ecology (BIOL3350)

Appalachian Fauna (BIOL4257/5257)

MATH 1005

Coastal Biology (BIOL4037/5037)


MATH 2005

Ichthyology (BIOL4467/5467)


MATH 3005

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