My research involves population, community, and behavioral ecology of aquatic organisms, specifically, the role of behavioral interactions in structuring populations and communities.  I am also conducting research on the conservation of endangered aquatic organisms and ecosystems, specifically the ecology of the Hine’s emerald dragonfly (Somatochlora hineana) and the health of biotic communities associated with the mainstream channel of large floodplain rivers.

Meet Dr. Daniel Soluk!

Professor, Department of Biology, University of South Dakota

Ph.D. 1989 University of Toronto

M.S. 1983 University of Alberta

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To Contact:

Daniel A. Soluk
University of South Dakota
Biology Department - Churchill Haines #170C
Vermillion, SD 57069
Telephone: 605-677-6172