Title: Invertebrate Community Ecologist
|Activities||Ecology of aquatic invertebrates, invasive species, environmental history and management
| Stoeckel, J.A., C.R. Rehmann, D.W. Schneider and D. K. Padilla. 2004. Retention and supply of zebra mussel larvae in a large river system: importance of an upstream lake. Freshwater Biology 49:919-930.
Schneider, D.W., J.A. Stoeckel, C.R. Rehmann, K. D. Blodgett, R. E. Sparks, D. K. Padilla. 2003. A developmental bottleneck in dispersing larvae: implications for spatial population dynamics. Ecology Letters 6:352-360.
Rehmann, C.R., J.A. Stoeckel, and D.W. Schneider. 2003. Effect of turbulence on the mortality of zebra mussel veligers. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:1063-1069.
Henne, L.J., D.W. Schneider, and L.M. Martinez. 2002. Rapid Assessment of Organic Pollution in a West-central Mexican River Using a Family-level Biotic Index. Environmental Planning and Management 45:613-632.
Schneider, D.W. 2000. Local Knowledge, Environmental Politics and the Founding of Ecology in the United States: Stephen Forbes and ‘The Lake as a Microcosm’ (1887). Isis 91:681-705. Winner of the Derek Price-Rod Webster Prize of the History of Science Society, 2002.
Schneider, D.W. 1999. Snow-melt ponds in Wisconsin. Influence of hydroperiod on invertebrate community structure. Pgs. 299-318 in: D. P. Batzer, R.B. Rader and S.A. Wissinger (eds). Invertebrates in freshwater wetlands of North America: Ecology and management. J. Wiley.
| Department of Urban and Regional Planning, UIUC
Program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UIUC
Department of Entomology, UIUC
Program in Science,Technology, Information & Medicine, UIUC
Center for Latin American Studies, UIUC
|Education||PhD, Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990|
MS, Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986
BS, Environmental Science, Wesleyan University, Middletown CT, 1981