Adam Siders

Adam Siders
Northern Arizona University


M.S. in Aquatic Ecology (in progress)

B.A. in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, French (2013)

Research Focus

Siders’ research focuses on the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems.

Other Achievements, Honors, Awards

Third place, Kansas State University Undergraduate Research Forum - oral presentation

Enloe Family Scholarship in Wildlife Biology

Johnston Modern Languages Scholarship

Big-picture Career Goal

Siders hopes to gain a better understanding of the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems, and the biota living in, or depending on them, in order to promote conservation and educate others about the importance of aquatic ecosystems and wetlands.

Personal Note

Siders enjoys hiking, climbing, cycling, snowboarding, fishing and hunting.

Current Projects

How stream heterogeneity and scaling influence whole-stream metabolism measurements

Carbon and nitrogen fluxes from leaf litter to aquatic macro invertebrates

Full Curriculum Vitae