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Carl Kloock

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Science 

BIO

BS. Zoology 1989, University of California, Davis.

MS. Ecology 1991, University of California Davis.

PhD. 2000. Zoology and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior. Michigan State University. Dissertation: Aggressive Mimicry in the Pirate Spider, Mimetus notius 

EXPERTISE

Behavioral Ecology, Arachnology, Science Education 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Kloock, C.T., A Kubli, and R. Reynolds. (In press.) Ultraviolet light detection: a function of scorpion fluorescence. Journal of Arachnology.

Cook-Hirai, D., I.Borrego, E. Garza, and C.T. Kloock, with D. Wakelee and V. Murray (2010). Academic Language/Literacy Strategies: A "How To" Manual for Content-Area Teachers. Taylor and Francis, New York NY.

Kloock, C.T. 2009. Reducing scorpion fluorescence via prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light. Journal of Arachnology 37:368-370.

Kloock, C.T. 2008. A comparison of fluorescence between two sympatric scorpion species. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 91:132-136