Nicholas Green

Assistant Professor of Biology

Quantitative ecologist, conservation biologist, and biostatistician.

human and chipmunkWelcome to the Green Quantitative Ecology lab (QuantEco)! Our lab uses cutting-edge statistical and mathematical tools to explore the relationships between living things and our changing world. We are primarily focused on animals, especially vertebrates like the chipmunk (Tamias striatus) and human (Homo sapiens) at right. Our research spans the real and virtual worlds: projects in the QuantEco lab involve everything from field sampling and bench science to data analysis and simulation modeling. Use the links at left to explore the lab's research. You can also find information about the courses I teach. 

The QuantEco lab is recruiting field technicians!

We are currently gearing up for an intense summer of field work for two projects related to small mammal urban ecology.  If you  are a KSU undergraduate interested in gaining field and lab research experience with animals, reach out by email so we can discuss details. There are many levels of involvement available, from volunteer to research for credit (BIOL 3110L or 4400).

Useful links:

Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology (EEOB)

Master of Science in Integrative Biology (MSIB) program

College of Science and Mathematics