- Kelly Daniels
- Adjunct Lecturer
- Biology, Geology and Environmental Science
- M.S. Environmental Science - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
- 206 Davenport
I received a B.S. in Environmental and Natural Resources from Clemson University where my research focused on wildflower conservation and an M.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where my research focused on methodology for turtle sampling. I am an adjunct lecturer for ESC 1500 and ESC 1500L.
Daniels, K., D. Hagan, D. Jachowski 2018. Habitat fragmentation, low seed germination rates, and herbivory impede conservation efforts for a prairie relict wildflower. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 145(2):121-125.
Kelly Daniels, Andy Carroll, Bradley Reynolds, and Thomas P. Wilson, “Comparing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to Traditional Field Methods in Surveying of Basking Riverine Turtles” (poster, South Eastern Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Annual Meeting 2018, UTC Research Dialogues 2017 and 2018)