Job Title: Emeritus Professor
Employer: Dept. of Zoology, Univ. of Western Ontario
Place of Birth: New York City, New York, USA
Public School attended: P.S. 69, Jackson Heights, Queens, New York City
High School attended: Wakefield High School, Arlington, Virginia
Further Education: College of William & Mary (B.Sc.), Cornell University (M.Sc.), University of Queensland (Ph.D.).
Geographic focus of research: from BC to Nfld, including NWT, Yukon, USA, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bermuda, England
Brief synopsis of current research:
Pollution monitoring with bivalve molluscs - uptake, growth, respiration, mortality, fecundity, and genetic levels of response.
Environmental study design & statistical analysis with emphasis on aquatic systems
Green, R.H. and R.C. Young. 1993. Sampling to detect rare species. Ecological Applications 3:351-356.
Green, R.H. 1993. Application of repeated measures designs in environmental impact and monitoring studies. Austr. J. Ecol. 18:81-98.
Metcalfe-Smith, J.L., R.H. Green and L.C. Grapentine. 1996. Influence of biological factors on concentrations of metals in the tissues of freshwater mussels (Elliptio complanata and Lampsilis radiata radiata) from the St. Lawrence River. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53:205-219.
Peterson, C.H., M.C. Kennicutt, II, R.H. Green, P. Montagna, D.E. Harper, Jr., E.N. Powell, and P.F. Rosigno. 1996. Ecological consequences of environmental perturbations associated with offshore hydrocarbon production: a perspective on long-term exposures in the Gulf of Mexico. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53:2637-2654.
Walters, C.J. and R.H. Green. 1997. Valuation of experimental management options for ecological systems. J. Wildl. Man. 61(4):987-1006.