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Stribling, Judith

Faculty/Environmental Marine Sci. Coordinator, Biological Sciences
Henson Science Hall (HS) 238
410-548-4767 or ext 84767
jmstriblingsalisburyedu
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2014 Spring

  • BIOL 310-010 ECOLOGY
    Introduction to the interactions between organisms and their environment. Biotic and abiotic factors affecting individuals, populations, communities and ecosystems emphasized. Cannot be taken for credit if student has credit for BIOL 225. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and BIOL 211 or 212 or 213 or 121 and 122. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 310-011 ECOLOGY
    Introduction to the interactions between organisms and their environment. Biotic and abiotic factors affecting individuals, populations, communities and ecosystems emphasized. Cannot be taken for credit if student has credit for BIOL 225. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and BIOL 211 or 212 or 213 or 121 and 122. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 310-012 ECOLOGY
    Introduction to the interactions between organisms and their environment. Biotic and abiotic factors affecting individuals, populations, communities and ecosystems emphasized. Cannot be taken for credit if student has credit for BIOL 225. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and BIOL 211 or 212 or 213 or 121 and 122. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 415-022 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. BIOL 416 may not be used to satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 418-030 BIOLOGY SEMINAR
    Discussions of timely topics in biology and related fields. Includes instruction in seminar preparation and requires student presentations and participation. BIOL 419 may not be used to satisfy course requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. One hour per week.
  • BIOL 419-010 BIOLOGY SEMINAR
    Discussions of timely topics in biology and related fields. Includes instruction in seminar preparation and requires student presentations and participation. BIOL 419 may not be used to satisfy course requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. One hour per week.
  • BIOL 420-020 READINGS IN BIOLOGY
    Readings designed to permit in-depth study of selected topics. Students submit written reports of their findings at the end of the semester. Specific topics are indicated on students’ transcripts. Prerequisites: Sixteen hours in biology, permission of instructor.

2014 Fall

  • BIOL 401-010 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisite: BIOL 212 and 310. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 401-011 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisite: BIOL 212 and 310. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 401-012 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisite: BIOL 212 and 310. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 418-010 BIOLOGY SEMINAR
    Discussions of timely topics in biology and related fields. Includes instruction in seminar preparation and requires student presentations and participation. BIOL 419 may not be used to satisfy course requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. One hour per week.
  • BIOL 500-191 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of the instructor. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 500-192 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of the instructor. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 500-193 WETLAND ECOLOGY
    Study of relationships between environmental features and the structure and function of wetland types. Emphasizes hydrology, chemistry and plant species distribution and examines effects of disturbance on wetland ecosystems. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of the instructor. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.

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Article(s)

Stribling, J. & Normandeau-Brown, R. 
(2011). 
Characterization of Native Forests in the Nassawango Watershed: Physical Features. 
The Maryland Naturalist, 
51(1), 
53-67. 
Stribling, J. M., Glahn, O. A., Chen, X. M. & Cornwell, J. C. 
(2006). 
Microtopographic variability in plant distribution and biogeochemistry in a brackish-marsh system. 
Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 
320, 
121-129. 
Stribling, J. M. & Cornwell, J. C. 
(2001). 
Nitogen, phosphorus, & sulfur dynamics in a low salinity marsh system dominated by Spartina Alterniflora. 
Wetlands, 
21(4), 
629-638. 
Stribling, J. M., Cornwell, J. C. & Currin, C. 
(1998). 
Variability of stable sulfur isotopic ratios in Spartina alterniflora. 
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 
166, 
73-81. 
Stribling, J. M. 
(1997). 
The relative importance of sulfate availability in the growth of Spartina alterniflora & Spartina cynosuroides. 
Aquatic Botany, 
56, 
131-143. 
Stribling, J. M. & Cornwell, J. C. 
(1997). 
Identification of important primary producers in a Chesapeake Bay tidal creek system using stable isotopes of carbon & sulfur. 
Estuaries, 
20(1), 
77-85. 

Awards(s)

Judith Stribling (2012). Faculty Appreciation Award - Salisbury University Alumni Association, Salisbury, MD.
Judith Stribling (2004). Frances H. Flanigan Environmental Leadership Award - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.

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