Tiffany Garcia
Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology

Aquatic Ecology

OSU Campus
Fisheries and Wildlife
Nash Hall
Room 122 Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
(541) 737-2164


My research examines the direct and indirect effects of environmental stress on aquatic communities.  My focal species are local and invasive amphibians, and I often work in ephemeral pond and stream habitats.  I examine how amphibians respond to multiple stressors, such as hydroperiod changes, temperature and ultraviolet radiation, and how these responses influence predators, competitors and pathogens.  Agricultural impacts on aquatic biodiversity and agro-ecology strategies are also a large part of my research program.


FW 251 Principles of Fish and Wildlife Conservation
FW 321 Applied community and Ecosystem Ecology
FW 435/535 Wildlife in Agricultural Ecosystems


PhD - 2002- University of Kentucky
BS - 1997- University of California, Davis

I accept graduate students for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department