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Dr. F. Daniel Vogt

Professor of Biological Sciences

My interests are in behavioral and physiological ecology, especially studies in seasonal adaptation to the environment. My most recent research project is a comparative study addressing cold-hardiness in some insects, including bumblebees, cluster flies, and honey bees. I am currently investigating some of the limits to performance in bumblebees encountering cold temperature and inaccessibility to food.

 

Education

  • Ph.D., Wesleyan University
  • B.A., Bowdoin College

Research Areas

  • Behavioral and physiological ecology in seasonal adaptation to the environment
  • Limits to performance in bumblebees encountering cold temperature and inaccessibility to food
  • Comparative study addressing cold-hardiness in some insects, including bumblebees, cluster flies, and honey bees

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Contact Daniel Vogt

Office: Hudson Hall 219
Phone: (518) 564-5167
Email: vogtfd@plattsburgh.edu