Matthew J. Lundquist
TitleChair of the Department of Natural Sciences
Assistant Professor of Biology
Dr. Lundquist is interested in the ecological impacts of urbanization. Particularly, the biodiversity and ecological function of urban freshwaters and urban green spaces. For more information, visit the Lundquist Lab website.
Check out his current courses.
Ph.D. Biology (Ecology, evolution and behavior), Binghamton University
M.S. Entomology, Michigan State University
B.S. Biology (Ecology & conservation biology), SUNY Oneonta
Lundquist, M. J., Scott, E. A. (2023) Patterns of aquatic insect biodiversity in the highly urbanized Bronx River, New York, USA. Northeastern Naturalist. In Press.
Lundquist, M. J. , Weisend, M. R., & Kenmore, H. H. (2022). Insect biodiversity in urban tree pit habitats. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 78, 127788.
Lundquist, M. J., & Zhu, W. (2019). Aquatic insect diversity in streams across a rural-urban land use discontinuum. Hydrobiologia, 837, 15-30.
Lundquist, M. J., & Zhu, W. (2018). Aquatic insect functional diversity and nutrient content in urban streams in a medium‐sized city. Ecosphere, 9(5), e02284.
General Biology II
The Urban Ecosystem