Gilliam, James F.
Professor of Biology
James Gilliam is an ecologist with interests in biological evolution and mathematical biology. His study and experimental systems are mainly in headwater streams, mainly with fish, and mainly in island systems in the southern Caribbean (Triinidad and Tobago) and the central Pacific (the Hawaiian archipelago). Modeling and empirical work often involves dispersal behavior, decisions under the threat of death by individuals in the midst of food webs, and/or rapid evolution of behavior and morphology.