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Steven W. Hamilton

Professor, Director of Center of Excellence for Field BiologySteve Hamilton

Sundquist Science Complex, Room D128
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
(931) 221-7783
email: hamiltonsw@apsu.edu

Education

Ph.D. Clemson University (Entomology), 1986
M.S. University of Kansas (Entomology), 1980
B.S. State University College at Geneseo (Biology), 1974

Teaching

Parasitology, Aquatic Macroinvertebrates, Zoological Diversity

Research Interests

Entomology, Insect Systematics, Aquatic Biology

Selected Publications

Hamilton,S. W., and R. W. Holzenthal.  2011.  Twenty-four new species of Polycentropus (Trichoptera, Polycentropodidae) from Brazil.  ZooKeys 76: 1–53.  

Jordan, B. E., K. R. Onks, S. W. Hamilton, S. E. Hayslette, and S. M. Wright. 2009. Detection of Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia lonestari in birds in Tennessee. Journal of Medical Entomology 46:131-138.

Hamilton,S. W., and R. W. Holzenthal.  2005.  Five New Species of Polycentropodidae from Ecuador and Venezuela (Insecta:  Trichoptera).  Zootaxa 810: 1–14.  

Hamilton S. W., Hamilton D.L., and. Lyle, L.I.  2002.  Spring-dwelling macroinvertebrates in Land Between The Lakes.  Pp. 387-400. in Land Between The Lakes, Kentucky and Tennessee: Four Decades of Tennessee Valley Authority Stewardship, E.W. Chester and J.S. Fralish, editors), Misc. Publ. No. 16.  The Center for Field Biology, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN.  447 pp.

Schiller, J.R., and S.W. Hamilton.  2000.  Rapid bioassessment of seven streams in West Sandy Creek watershed, Henry County, Tennessee under different sampling regimens.  J. Tennessee Acad. Sci., 75:57-65.

Gore, J.A., and S.W. Hamilton.  1996.  Comparison of Flow-related Habitat Evaluations Downstream of Low-head Weirs on Small and Large Fluvial Ecosystems.  Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 12:459-469.