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Gary Chang

  • Assistant Professor
  • Gonzaga University
  • 6

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Research interests

Insect ecology

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My interests include the ecology of insects, and particularly the role of insects as consumers in urban and agricultural settings.

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Publications

Does social feeding improve larval survival of the two-spotted lady beetle, Adalia bipunctata?

  • Moore M
  • Burt C
  • Whitney T
  • Hastings S
  • Chang G
Journal of Insect Science (2012)
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The relationship between predator density, community composition, and field predation of Colorado potato beetle eggs

  • Chang G
  • Snyder W
Biological Control (2004)
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The case for indigenous generalists in biological control

  • Chang G
  • Kareiva P
Theoretical Approaches to Biological Control (1999)
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Challenges in insect conservation: managing fluctuating populations in disturbed habitats

  • Schultz C
  • Chang G
Conservation Biology: for the coming decade, 2nd ed. (1998)
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The postmodernist critique of science: is it useful?

  • Polemics J
Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society (1994)
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Gonzaga University

August 2005 - Present

Education history

University of Washington

Ph.D.

September 1994 - August 2000 (6 years)