Landon Ward

Senior Lecturer of Environmental Studies

Contact Information

  • lward@unca.edu
  • 350-4558
  • 137 Rhoades/Robinson Hall

Office Hours

  • Tuesday 11:15 am - 12:00 pm
  • Thursday 11:15 am - 12:00 pm
  • Note: Office hours via ZOOM and by appointment.

Mr. Ward teaches environmental studies courses for majors and non-majors, including field herpetology, and has previously taught courses for the Department of Biology.

Education

  • B.S.  Texas A&M University
  • M.S.  Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), College of William and Mary

Courses Taught

  • ENVR 130  Intro to Environmental Science
  • ENVR 241 Ecology and Field Biology (Lecture and Lab)
  • FYS 178  Reptiles and Amphibians in Facts and Fiction
  • ENVR 372  Field Herpetology
  • ENVR 351  Herpetology (Lecture and Lab)
  • ENVR 323  Tropical Ecosystems Field Experience [Costa Rica]
  • BIOL 320    Marine Biology Field Experience
  • ENVR 391  Conservation Biology
  • ENVR 341  Wetlands Ecology (Lecture and Lab)
  • ENVR 374 ST: Winter Ecology (Lecture and Lab)
  • ENVR 322  Tropical Ecosystems
  • ENVR 330  Seminar
  • ENVR 490  Internship
  • ENVR 499  Undergraduate Research

Recent Publications

  • Ward, L.A., P.A. Montagna, R.D. Kalke, & E.J. Buskey.  [2000].  "Sublethal Effects of Texas Brown Tide on Streblospio benedicti [Polychaeta] Larvae."   JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY  248:121-129.
  • Shields, J.D., & L.A. Ward.  [1998].  "Tiarinion texopallium, New Species, An Entoniscid Isopod Infesting Majid Crabs [Tiarinia spp.] from the Great Barrier Reef Australia.  JOURNAL OF CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY  18[3]:590-596.
  • Ward, L.A.  [1995].  National Estuarine Research Federation Meeting Poster [published abstract].  The Effects of Freshwater Inflow on Benthic Invertebrates of Nueces Bay.