Boise State, a leader in research and education, is proud to offer a doctorate program in ecology, evolution, and behavior (EEB). The interdisciplinary program takes a modern educational approach, training scientists to use theories from multiple fields to solve tough ecological problems in a changing world. The articles, presentations, datasets and other materials in the collection were produced by students in the EEB program.


Submissions from 2022


Growth Performance and Activities of Some Liver Enzymes in Clarias gariepinus Burchell 1822 Juveniles Cultured in a Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes [Mart] Solms-Laubach) Infested Media, Phebian Temitope Odufuwa

Submissions from 2019


Demographic Costs and Benefits of Natural Regeneration During Tropical Forest Restoration, T. Trevor Caughlin, Marinés de la Peña‐Domene, and Cristina Martínez‐Garza

Submissions from 2018


Climate Change, Cattle, and the Challenge of Sustainability in a Telecoupled System in Africa, Tara S. Easter, Alexander K. Killion, and Neil H. Carter