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Biology and Agriculture

W.C. Morris Building
Room 306
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Dr. Fanson Kidwaro, Chair
Phone: 660-543-4933


Dr. Aaron Geheber

Assistant Professor of Biology

B.S. - Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University, 2006
M.S. - Biological Sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University, 2010
Ph.D. - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Oklahoma, 2015

Areas of Teaching and Research Interest: Aquatic ecology, Community ecology, Ichthyology, Biogeography, Evolution, and Systematics

The general goal of my research is to build a better understanding of how and why patterns of organismal diversity arise and persist (or do not). Most of my time is spent working with fishes in aquatic systems, but I still try to come up for a breath every now and again. Using freshwater fish communities as a study system, I aim to uncover the mechanisms that govern community assembly (e.g., habitat filters, competition, predation, dispersal limitation). Furthermore, I have a long-standing interest in stream fish community structure dynamics across space, and through time. For more information about my interests and current activity, please visit my website and or feel free to contact me via email.  


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Department of Biology and Agriculture
Office: WCM 111
Phone: 660-543-8291