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Professor Pooler earned her B.F.A. in economics and metalsmithing from Syracuse University, an MS. in statistics from Oregon State University, and her Ph.D. in statistics from Virginia Tech.
She has more than 20 years of professional and post-graduate education, applied research, consulting and teaching experience in private sector, academic, and government settings. I also have specialized teaching and communication skills and extensive collaborative experience.
Incremental Sampling Methodology: Applications for Background Screening Assessments
2018 Risk Analysis,38,1,194-209, Goodrum, P., Crumbling, D., Stuchal, L., Roberts, S.
Change in Yield Between First and Second Rotations in Willow (Salix spp.) Biomass Crops is Strongly Related to the Level of First Rotation Yield
2016 Bioenergy Research,9,1,270-287, Sleight, N., Volk, T., Johnson, G., Eisenbies, M., Shi, S., Fabio, E.
Competing for Space: Factors That Lead to Sponge Overgrowth When Interacting with Octocoral
2015 Open Journal of Marine Science,5,1,64-80, Mclean, E., Rützler, K.
Estuarine water quality in parks of the Northeast Coastal and Barrier Network: Vital signs estuarine nutrient-enrichment monitoring
2015 208 , Caldwell, J., Nixon, M., Neckles, H.
Factors That Drive Restoration of Nekton Communities in Impaired Salt Marshes of Northeastern North America
2014 Estuaries and Coasts,38,4,1304-1316,
Impacts of plant invasions can be reversed through restoration: A regional meta-analysis of faunal communities
2013 Biological Invasions,15,8,1725-1737,
Integrating Scales of Seagrass Monitoring to Meet Conservation Needs
2012 Estuaries and Coasts,35,1,23-46, Peterson, B., Pooler, P.,
Assessing Long-Term Population Trends of Wood Frogs Using Egg-Mass Counts
2011 Journal of Herpetology,45,1,23-27, Raithel, C., Paton, P., Golet, F.
Calibrating access-tube time domain reflectometry soil water measurements in deep heterogeneous soils
2008 Soil Science Society of America Journal,72,4,917-930, Pooler, P., Rimstidt, J.,
Evaluating ecological indicators: Lakes in the Northeastern United States
2006 Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,119,1-3,83-96,
Optimal sampling design for estimating spatial distribution and abundance of a freshwater mussel population
2005 Journal of the North American Benthological Society,24,3,525-537,
Ammonium perchlorate effects on thyroid function and growth in bobwhite quail chicks
2004 Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry,23,4,997-1003, Pooler, P.,
Assessment of sampling methods to estimate horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus L.) egg density in Delaware Bay
2003 Fishery Bulletin,101,3,698-703, Loveland, R., Botton, M., Michels, S.,
Horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) reproductive activity on Delaware Bay beaches: Interactions with beach characteristics
2002 Journal of Coastal Research,18,4,730-740, Loveland, R., Botton, M., Michels, S., Weber, R., Carter, D.,
Spatial and temporal distribution of horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) spawning in Delaware Bay: Implications for monitoring
2002 Estuaries and Coasts,25,1,115-125, Swan, B., Michels, S., Hall, W., Himchak, P., Millard, M.,
A comparison of susceptibility to Myxobolus cerebralis among strains of rainbow trout and steelhead in field and laboratory trials
2001 Journal of Aquatic Animal Health,13,3,220-227, Cartwright, D., Schill, W., Schachte, J., Petrie, C., Batur, M., Waldrop, T., Mack, A., Pooler, P.,
Effects of whirling disease on selected hematological parameters in rainbow trout
2001 Journal of Wildlife Diseases,37,2,375-378, Waldrop, T., Pooler, P.,
Jan 01, 2004
Klaus Hinkelmann Outstanding Graduate Assistant AwardVirginia Tech
Jan 01, 2004
Outstanding Graduate Student Consultant AwardVirginia Tech
Jan 01, 1997
Ruth Kruger Fellowship for Graduate StudyOregon State University