Welcome !



 Terry R. Morley, PhD
Part-time Lecturer 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 Research Interests Page !


Courses (modules) taught at NUIG

  • TI 258 - Sustainability and the Environment
  • TI 704 - Environment and Risk
  • TI 354 - Research Seminar in Sustainable Environments
  • TI 235 - Biogeography



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