James T. Julian, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biology
Office Phone: 814-940-3315
Office Location: Hawthorn Building, 205

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Jim Julian's current research in amphibian and wetland ecology has focused on the use of seasonal, isolated wetlands by amphibians, as well as the detection of these habitats
using an airplane-borne sensor called LiDAR. Dr. Julian teaches introductory biology, environmental science for non-majors, and an upper-level course in conservation biology.