Caroline Cox, MS student
Caroline earned a B.S. in Environmental Science from Young Harris College in 2019. Her undergraduate research focused on the migration and movement patterns of the sicklefin redhorse, a species of conservation concern in north Georgia. Prior to starting her MS at Clemson, Caroline worked as a field technician for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources stream survey team. At Clemson she will be investigating the distribution of Bartram’s bass in the upper Savannah River basin.
Colby Denison, lab manager
Colby received a B.A. in Biological Sciences from the University of New Hampshire in 2017. His undergraduate research focused on the foraging and spatial ecology of the American black bear. Prior to starting his MS at Clemson, Colby assisted the N.H. Department of Environmental Services with field sampling as a stream biologist for their Biomonitoring Program. Colby's MS research focused on improving regional frameworks for fish bioassessment by incorporating connectivity and within-region variability. Colby is current our lab manager, and is overseeing a diversity of research projects.