Sharon P. Lawler

Assistant Professor of Entomology

Departments

Population Biology

Offices and Labs

394 Briggs Hall
754-8341

Degrees

1992 PhD Ecology and Evolution Rutgers University
1988 MS Ecology Rutgers University
1982 BA Biology Lehigh University

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Population Biology

Specialties / Focus

Population Biology
  • Population Dynamics
  • Population Interactions
  • Community Ecology
  • Behavior/Physiology/Morphology

Field Sites

USDA CSREES Multistate Project S1029: Improved Methods to Combat Mosquitoes and Crop Pests in Rice Fields. website

Teaching Interests

Community ecology. Aquatic entomology. Graduate seminars.

Publications

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  • Pope, K. L., J.M. Garwood, H. H. Welsh and S.P. Lawler. 2008. Evidence of indirect impacts of introduced trout on native amphibians via facilitation of a shared predator. Biological Conservation 141:1321-1331.
  • Lawler, S.P., D.A. Dritz, C. S. Johnson and M. Wolder. 2008. Does synergized pyrethrin applied over wetlands for mosquito control affect Daphnia magna zooplankton or Callibaetis californicus mayflies? Pest Management Science 64:843-847.
  • Piechnik, D.A., N.D. Martinez and S.P. Lawler. 2008. Food-web assembly during a classic biogeographic study: species' trophic breadth corresponds to colonization order. Oikos 117:665-674.
  • Lawler, S. P., L. Reimer, T. Thiemann, J. Fritz, K. Parise, D. Feliz and D. Elnaiem. 2007. Effects of vegetation control on mosquitoes in seasonal freshwater wetlands. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 23:66-70.
  • Lawler, S. P., D. A. Dritz., J.A. Christiansen and A. Cornel. 2007. Effects of lambda-cyhalothrin on mosquito larvae and predatory aquatic insects. Pest Management Science 63:234-240.