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Caleb Hickman

  • PhD
  • Supervisory Fish and Wildlife Biologist
  • Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Health and Medical Division
  • 7h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 219CitationsNumber of citations received by Caleb's publications. Updated daily.

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About

I am broadly interested in research areas of community and behavioral ecology of fish and wildlife. I am particularly interested in how human-altered systems influence fish and wildlife ecology, like habitat degradation or invasive species

Groups

Co-authors (19)

Publications (5)

  • Leachates from an invasive shrub causes risk-prone behavior in a larval amphibian

    • Hickman C
    • Watling J
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  • Testing the threat-sensitive hypothesis with predator familiarity and dietary specificity

    • Crawford B
    • Hickman C
    • Luhring T
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  • Not sure about a PhD? Work on a "pre-PhD"

    • Coyle D
    • Aubrey D
    • Hickman C
    • et al.
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  • Priority use of chemical over visual cues for detection of predators by graybelly salamanders, Eurycea multiplicata griseogaster

    • Hickman C
    • Stone M
    • Mathis A
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  • Do experience and body size play a role in responses of larval ringed salamanders, <i>Ambystoma annulatum</i>, to predator kairomones? Laboratory and field assays

    • Mathis A
    • Murray K
    • Hickman C
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Professional experience

Supervisory Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Eastern Band of the Cherokee

November 2013 - Present

PhD Student- Teaching Assistant

University of Wisconsin at Madison

July 2010 - May 2013(3 years)

PhD Student- Teaching Assistant

Washington University in St. Louis

June 2008 - June 2010(2 years)

Field Technician

Washington University in St. Louis

May 2008

Research Professional I

University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)

August 2006 - May 2008(2 years)

LTER Scientific Research Administrator

Univ of New Mexico- Long Term Ecological Research Program

November 2004 - August 2006(2 years)

Field Research Associate

University of New Mexico

September 2002 - November 2004(2 years)

Field Biologist

New Mexico State University

February 2003 - August 2004(2 years)

Research Assistant

Missouri State University

May 2002 - August 2002(3 months)

Masters Student- Teaching Assistant

Missouri State University

August 2000 - August 2002(2 years)

Naturalist

Department of natural Resources, Van Meter State Park

May 1999 - February 2000(9 months)

Education

University of Wisconsin at Madison

June 2010 - May 2013(3 years)

NA- Transferred w/ Advisor

Washington University in St. Louis

June 2008 - June 2010(2 years)

Master of Science

Missouri State University

August 2000 - August 2002(2 years)

Bachelor of Science

Missouri Valley College

August 1996 - May 2000(4 years)