D. Timothy Gerber, Associate Professor of Biology

Phone: (608) 785-6977  E-Mail:  dgerberi@uwlax.edu

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1994)
M.S. Clemson University (1986)
B.S., University of Nebraska, Lincoln (1982)

My research interests are in the areas of morphometrics, nutrient uptake, and physiological ecology of aquatic vascular plants.

Courses Taught:

BIO 103/105, Introduction to Biological Sciences
BIO 404/504, Plant Taxonomy
BIO 405/505, Aquatic Vascular Plants
BIO 302 Local Trees and Shrubs
BIO 337 Plant Physiology

My teaching interests fall into two areas. Botany, aquatic plant biology in particular, is my greatest teaching interest. I am also interested in developing educational courses with a science emphasis for K-12 teachers.

Recent Publications:

D. T. Gerber.  2000.  Floating-leafed and Submersed Aquatic Macrophyte Distribution and Abundance, With Emphasis on Eurasian Watermilfoil
(Myriophyllum spicatum), in Forest Lake, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.  Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci.  

Gerber, D.T. and D.H. Les. 1996.  Habitat differences among seven species of Myriophyllum (Haloragaceae) in Wisconsin and Michigan.  Michigan Botanist 35: 75-86

Helsel, D.R., D.T. Gerber, and S. Engel.  1996. Comparing spring treatments of 2,4-D with bottom fabrics to control a new infestation of Eurasian
Watermilfoil.  J. Aquat. Plant Manage. 34: 68-71.

Gerber, D.T. and D.H. Les.  1994.  Comparison of leaf morphology among submersed species of Myriophyllum (Haloragaceae) from different habitats
and geographical distributions.  American Journal of Botany 81: 973-979.

Gerber, D.T., T.J. Ehlinger, and D.H. Les.  1994.  A technique for dissected leaf surface area determination.  Aquatic Botany 48: 175-182.

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