Ph.D. (2001) Marine Biology and Fisheries - Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami
BA (1994) Biology and English - Bowdoin College
Recent & Ongoing Projects:
Tracking dispersal and exchange among fish populations in river networks using otolith chemistry.
Impacts of historic stocking on genetics of native brook trout populations in high-mountain impoundments of Virginia.
Ecological and geological impacts of no-take reserves on Caribbean coral reefs.
ENV111 - Introduction to Environmental Studies
BIO111 - Marine Biology
BIO295 - Stream Restoration Ecology
BIO325 - Ecological Modeling and Conservation Strategies
Humston, R., J.S. Ault, J. Schratweiser, M.F. Larkin, and J. Luo. 2008. Incorporating user-group expertise in bonefish and tarpon fishery research to support science-based management decision making. In: Biology and Management of Tarpon and Bonefish Fisheries. J.S. Ault (ed). Taylor and Francis.
Humston, R. and E. Ortiz-Barney. 2007. Evaluating course impact on student environmental values in undergraduate ecology with a novel survey instrument. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology v. 4.
Humston, R. and D. Harbor. 2006. Geologic analyses for evaluating watershed heterogeneity: implications for otolith microchemistry studies. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 60:132-139.
Humston, R., D.A. Mortensen and O.N. Bjørnstad. 2005. Anthropogenic forcing on the spatial dynamics of an agricultural weed: the case of the common sunflower. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:863-872.
Humston, R., J.S. Ault, M.F. Larkin, and J. Luo. 2005. Movement of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in Biscayne Bay determined using ultrasonic transmitters and a passive acoustic receiver array. Marine Ecology Progress Series 291:237-248.
Humston, R., D.B. Olson , and J.S. Ault. 2004. Models of behavioral movement and their influence on simulated population dynamics. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:1304-1328.