Matt Waterhouse
Department of Biology
University of British Columbia
Okanagan Campus
3333 University Way
Kelowna, British Columbia V1V 1V7
Matthew Waterhouse
2013- PhD student
Biology, University of British Columbia (Okanagan)
2010 Master of Science
Natural resources, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
2005 Bachelor of Science First Class Honors
Environmental Science, University of Maine at Farmington
Research Interests
  • Conservation genetics
  • Population genomics
  • Evidence-based pedagogy
Recent publications
  • Waterhouse, M.D., B. Sjodin, C. Ray, L. Erb, J. Wilkening, and M.A. Russello (submitted) Individual based analysis of hair corticosterone reveals factors influencing chronic stress in the American pika. Ecology and Evolution.
  • Waterhouse, M.D. C. Blair, K. Larsen, and M.A. Russello (in press). Generic variation and fine-scale population structure in American pika across a human-modified landscape. Conservation Genetics.
  • Russello, M.A., M.D. Waterhouse, P.D. Etter, and E.A. Johnson. 2015. From promise to practice: pairing non-invasive sampling with genomics in conservation. PeerJ 3, e1106.
  • Waterhouse, M.D., B.L. Sloss, D.A. Isermann. 2014. Relationships among Walleye Population Characteristics and Genetic Diversity in Northern Wisconsin Lakes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:744–756.
  • Vendettuoli, J.F., D.A. Orwig, J.A. Krumins, M.D. Waterhouse, and E.L. Preisser. 2015. Hemlock woolly adelgid alters fine root bacterial abundance and mycorrhizal associations in eastern hemlock. Forest Ecology and Management 339:112-116.
  • Biotic responses to rapid environmental change in the American pika
  • Outreach coordinator for UBCO student chapter of The Wildlife Society
  • Lead coordinator for 2017 UBCO BioBlitz
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