Eastern Michigan University
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Dr. Howard Booth

Professor

401K Mark Jefferson Science Complex

734.487.4391

hbooth@emich.edu

Education

B.S. Eastern Michigan University, 1966

M.S. Eastern Michigan University, 1968

Ph.D. Michigan State University, 1974

Interests and Expertise

Population survey and ecology of colonial waterbirds. Bioaccumulation and metabolism of PCBs in freshwater invertebrates. Quality of Science teaching at the college level.

Publications

Bailey, A. S. and H. D. Booth. 1997. Seasonal variation in roosting and nesting populations of colonial waterbirds on selected mangrove islands of the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Presented at the Michigan Academy annual meeting.

Booth, H. D. and M. Palaski. 1995. Zebra mussel pseudofaeces production, degradation, and their potential for removal of PCBs from freshwater. Presented at the Michigan Academy annual meeting.

Booth, H. D. 1993. Birds of the Galapagos and Human Impact, keynote speaker for the Michigan Audubon Society Annual Labor Day Weekend "Campout". Booth, H. D.

1993. This isn't fair, A case study in the General Zoology Laboratory. American Association of Higher Education Case Studies Clearinghouse.

Booth, H. D. 1993. Laboratory Outline for General Zoology, Burgess Publishing.

Achivements

Inducted into the EMU Athletic Hall of Fame February 2011

Courses Taught

BIO 140 Biology of Animals

BIO 326 Human Physiology

BIO 473 Concepts in Animal Physiology

BIO 473G Concepts in Animal Physiology (Graduate)

The Biology Department is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold