The University of Arizona

Kevin E. Bonine | Global Change

Kevin E. Bonine

Kevin's past reserach involved work on evolutionary physiology in lizards. Currently he is studying canyon treefrog (Hyla arenicolor) phylogeography, life history, and disease ecology. Other projects include field research on gila monsters (Heloderma suspectum), otoacoustic emissions in vertebrate ears, rattlesnake ecology, etc. His has also been involved in several local inventory and monitoring programs that shed light on changes in local abundance and distribution.

Kevin teaches several courses for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. These include Conservation Biology, Vertebrate Physiology, Environmental Biology, Introductory Organismal Biology, and Herpetology. He is faculty advisor for several clubs including the Student Chapter of the Tucson Herpetological Society and also assists with the Conservation Biology Option in SNR and Undergraduate Curriculum Development in EEB. Through the UA Honors College and the National Collegiate Honors Council, he has led faculty-development institutes on experiential education in Arizona, Sonora, and Peru. I serve on the boards of a few excellent conservation organizations.

BioSciences West, Room 310
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & School of Natural Resources and the Environment