Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
M.S. Biological Sciences, Texas A&M-Commerce
B.S. Materials Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
My graduate research focused on the production of a compact and portable field analysis device for the assessment of the bacterial concentration of water samples.
My undergraduate research dealt with the computational modeling of various metallurgical phenomena. In particular I worked on modeling a metallurgical welding failure known as Liquation.
Harvey, Joseph E. 2003. The Verification of DICTRA Modeled Liquation in Al-3Cu. Undergraduate Thesis Pennsylvania State University.
Harvey, Joseph E. 2008. The Development and Implementation of a Portable Fluorescence Bacterial Detector. Masters Thesis Texas A&M-Commerce.
BSC 106 – Man and His Environment [PPT]
BSC 106 – Basic Ecology (Lecture 2) [PPT]
BSC 106 – Basic Ecology (Lecture 3) [PPT]
BSC 106 – Basic Ecology (Lecture 4) [PPT]
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Department of Biological and Environmental Science
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Commerce, Texas 75429