I am a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences at North Dakota State University. I am an ecologist, with an emphasis on population biology. I am particularly interested in how variation among individuals in a population relates to fluctuations in the size of the population through time and space. Together with students and colleagues, I have explored this in a number of vertebrate species. My current teaching duties include Ichthyology (BIOL 452) and Ornithology (BIOL 456), along with graduate courses in Population Dynamics (BIOL 776) and Analysis of Population Data (BIOL 777). My office and lab are located in Stevens Hall (Room 311) on the NDSU campus.

Contact information:

Mark Clark
Department of Biological Sciences
North Dakota State University
Dept. 2715, PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050