Steven ReynoldsAssociate Professor of Biology
- Phone 440.375.7350
- Office LocationAustin
- Ph.D., Biology, University of Alabama
- M.A., Biology, University of Kansas
- B.S., Biology, University of Kansas
- BI 238 - Human Anatomy & Physiology
- MT 207 - Probability & Statistics
- BI 101 - Principles of Biology
- BI 319 - Ecology & Conservation Biology
- BI 241 – Ecotoxicology
- BI 225 - Environmental Management
- BI 104 - Introduction to Environmental Science
- BI 490 - Biology Capstone
Research/Creative Activity Interests:
- Primary focuses
- Aquatic Entomology
- Environmental Toxicology
- Society for Freshwater Science
- Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry
- Entomological Society of American
- American Society for Testing & Materials
- Reynolds, S.K., Jr. and A.C. Benke. 2012. Chironomid production along a hyporheic gradient in contrasting stream types. Freshwater Science 31:167-181.
- Mayer, P.M., S.K. Reynolds, Jr., M.D. McCutchen, and T.J. Canfield. 2007. Meta-analysis of nitrogen removal by riparian buffers. Journal of Environmental Quality 36: 1172-1180.
- Reynolds, S.K., Jr. and A.C. Benke. 2006. Chironomid emergence and relative emergent biomass from two Alabama streams. Southeastern Naturalist 5: 165-174.
- Mayer, P.M., S.K. Reynolds, Jr., M.D. McCutchen, and T.J. Canfield. 2005. Riparian buffer width, vegetative cover, and nitrogen removal effectiveness: A review of current science and regulations. EPA/600/R-05/118. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development.
- Reynolds, S.K., Jr. and A.C. Benke. 2005. Temperature-dependent growth rates of larval midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) from a southeastern U.S. stream. Hydrobiologia 544:69-75.
- Reynolds, S.K., Jr. and L.C. Ferrington, Jr. 2002. Differential morphological responses of chironomid larvae to severe heavy metal exposure. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 75:172-184.
- Reynolds, S.K., Jr. and L.C. Ferrington, Jr. 2001. Temporal and taxonomic patterns of mouthpart deformities in larval midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in relation to sediment chemistry. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:15-27.