Kevin S. Godwin
B.S. State University of New York
Ph.D. Syracuse University
Courses: Principles of Ecology (BIOL 370), Principles of Biology II (BIOL 122), Principles of Biology Laboratory (BIOL 122L), Coastal Marine and Wetland Ecology (CMWS 602), Coastal Marine and Wetland Processes (CMWS 601), Graduate Seminar (CMWS 697 & 698)
Research Interests: The distribution of wetland rarity at all spatial levels
Bedford, B.L., and K.S. Godwin. 2003. Fens of the United States: Distribution, characteristics, and scientific connection versus legal isolation. Wetlands 23 (3): 608-629.
Godwin KS, Hafner SD, Buff MF. 2003. Long-term trends in sodium and chloride in the Mohawk River, New York: the effect of fifty years of road-salt application. Environmental Pollution 124 (2): 273-281.
Godwin KS, Shallenberger JP, Leopold DJ, Bedford BL. 2002. Linking landscape properties to local hydrogeologic gradients and plant species occurrence in minerotrophic fens of New York State, USA: A Hydrogeologic Setting (HGS) framework. Wetlands 22 (4): 722-737.