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Terrence P. McGlynn, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor of Biology

Department: Biology

Office: NSM A-139
Phone Extension: x1077
Email Username: tmcglynn

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Conference Presentations

  • McGlynn, T.P., D.A. Clark and S.F. Oberbauer 2009. Structure of a detritial food web: Relativeinfluence of biomass vs. nutrient inputs. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting,Albuquerque (oral)
  • Poirson, E.K, T.P. McGlynn and S.F. Oberbauer. 2008. The Role of litter decomposition, fertility,and litter-dwelling animals in the carbon cycle of a tropical rain forest. InternationalCongress of Entomology, Durban, South Africa (poster)
  • McGlynn, T.P. S.F. Oberbauer and D.A. Clark. 2007. Habitat and stoichiometry predict density of litter-dwelling ants and other tropical rain forest arthropods. Entomological Society of America, San Diego (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 2005. Odor-mediated nest relocation in a rainforest ant. Entomological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P., R. Fawcett, D. Salinas , A. Esparza, and D.A. Clark. 2005. Support for the growth rate hypothesis in a terrestrial detrital community. Ecological Society of America , Montreal . (oral)
  • Oberbauer, S.F., D.A. Clark, D. Genereux, D. Lawrence , A. Russell, T. McGlynn, M.-L. Smith, N. Bynum, J. Espeleta, and C. Lewis.  2005.  BCE/CBC: Complex interactions among water, nutrients and carbon stocks and fluxes across a natural fertility gradient in tropical rain forest.  All hands Biocomplexity meeting, March 21-23 Washington DC (poster).
  • McGlynn, T.P. 2004. The ecological stoichiometry of a tropical ant community. IUSSI North American Section Meeting, Arizona . (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P., R. Carr, J. Carson, and J. Buma. 2002. Frequent nest relocation in a soil-nesting tropical rainforest ant. Entomological Society of America National Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale , Florida (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P., M.S. Kelly, and M.D. Shotell. 2001. What is poor habitat? Food and foraging in a rainforest ant. Entomological Society of America National Meeting, San Diego , California (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 2001. Opening remarks of “Worldwide odyssey: ecology of social insects” symposium, Entomological Society of America National Meeting, San Diego , California (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 2000. How environmental heterogeneity impacts a tropical litter-foraging ant. IUSSI North American Section Meeting, Huntsville , Arkansas . (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 1999. How to fight: Lanchester's laws of combat mediate interspecific interactions in a Neotropical ant community. Entomological Society of America National Meeting, Atlanta , Georgia (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P., and M.D. Springer. 1998. Factors affecting reproduction and resource utilization in a Neotropical leaf litter ant community. Association for Tropical Biology National Meeting, Baltimore , Maryland . (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 1997. The prediction of invasive ant species. IUSSI North American Section Meeting, Boulder , Colorado . (oral)
  • McGlynn, T.P. 1996. Resource partitioning in Neotropical ants. Entomological Society of America National Meeting, Louisville , Kentucky . (poster)

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