Seth Callahan

Seth is originally from Atoka Tennessee and is a graduate of the University of North Alabama (BS) and Texas A&M University Commerce (MS). He is interested in biogeography, rare and endangered species, community ecology, and fish habitat conservation. His PhD project is located in Harrison County Missouri on Dunn Ranch and Pawnee Prairie, collaborating with the Missouri Department of Conservation and The Nature Conservancy. This project is a multiyear project investigating the effects of beaver dam analogues on stream morphology, fish communities, and fish movement in headwater streams. He is also actively working with collaborators in Texas on several projects from his time as masters student.