Pamela S.D. MacRae

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The Unity College Honors Program offers an engaging challenge for academically talented and motivated students from all academic disciplines. Professor Pamela MacRae works with honors students in a population and community ecology class at China Lake. Photo by Mark Tardif.
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Pamela S.D. MacRae

Assistant Professor of Sustainable Fisheries Management/ Center for Biodiversity

Unity College Assistant Professor Pamela S.D. MacRae
Phone: 207-509-7256
Email: pmacrae@unity.edu
Office: Koons Hall, Office 204

Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Florida State University
PhD, Louisiana State University
MS, University of Toronto
BS and Honors Certificate, Saint Mary's University

I am a fish community ecologist and the general theme of all of my research has been exploring the links between fish and their environment. I have numerous ongoing research projects including 1) the effects of anthropogenic nitrate enrichment on species composition, richness, and density of fish in freshwater springs in Florida, 2) the role of rockweed harvesting on coastal finfish and lobster fisheries of Maine, 3) the influence of alewife restoration on native littoral fish species and 4) a comparison of cyprinid populations among mainland and island ponds.

Courses Taught at Unity

BI2004 & BI2004L Population and Community Ecology

BI2064 & BI2064L Honors Population and Community Ecology

ES3183 & ES3183L Limnology

BI2111 Marine Fisheries Theme, Coastal Fisheries of Maine Theme

BI3323 & BI3323L Conservation Biology

BI3233 & BI3233L Ichthyology

BI4702 Biodiversity Capstone