Tracey Tuberville, Ph.D. +

Tracey Tuberville, Ph.D.

Tracey Tuberville, Ph.D.
Associate Conservation Scientist

​​Tracey D. Tuberville is an Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, near Aiken, South Carolina. Tracey received her Ph.D. in Ecology (2008) and her M.S. in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development (1998) from University of Georgia and her B.S. in Biology from Furman University (1993). Tracey’s research interests are in applied conservation and management research for reptiles and amphibians, including translocation and reintroduction as conservation tools, use of microsatellite markers to understand population ecology and individual behavior, and ecotoxicology.

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