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 Terry R. Morley, PhD
Lecturer in Geography and
1BA Program coordinator
National University of Ireland at Galway


Previous:
Assistant Professor of Biology and Ecology
Marymount Manhattan College


















Background:

B.A. Biology, SUNY Oswego
Ph.D. Ecology and Environmental Science, University of Maine, Orono



Research Interests:

Wetland and stream ecology and conservation, amphibian conservation, headwater ecology, influences of small ecosystems on landscape function and processes.

See my
Current Research or Research Interests Pages


Regular Courses (modules) taught at NUI Galway

  • TI 151 - Principals of Physical Geography
  • TI 235 - Biogeography
  • TI 354 - 3rd Year Research Seminars
  • TI 6105 - Biodiversity and Coastal Change (MSc)
    Other courses taught
  • TI 258 - Sustainability and the Environment
  • TI 704 - Environment and Risk



Previous courses taught at Marymount Manhattan College:


  • BIOL 222 - General Biology II and Laboratory sections
  • ENV 115 - Environmental Science
  • BIOL 330 - Conservation Biology
  • BIOL 392 - Ecology
  • ENV 333 - Applied Environmental Science


My past professional experience:

  • Ecological Risk Assessment, Region 2 Superfund Sites
  • Species Management Plans
  • Wetland Delineation and Mapping
  • Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys, Relocation, and Impact Analysis
  • NEPA Resource Permitting and Management