Amanda Klemmer


🌊 Coastal and marine topics, 🕸Ecology, 🏔 Environmental sciences, 🐾 Wildlife

Klemmer studies food webs and how they respond to changes in resources or predators.  Her current projects focus on forest-freshwater connections in inland Maine, rockweed food webs in the rocky-intertidal of Maine, and pond-terrestrial food webs in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Visit Klemmer’s biography to learn more.

A bubble chart demonstrating a 50% research 50% teaching appointment split.
Klemmer balances time between teaching (50%) courses about general ecology, and research (50%) on food webs, aquatic/terrestrial connections, cross-ecosystem subsidies, and invertebrate communities.

Appointment details

Klemmer’s work is supported by:

  • School of Biology and Ecology at the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture
  • Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station

Experiment Station contributions

  • Current project: Anthropogenic effects on food webs that cross aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems. Hatch project number ME022322.