PhD, Ecology and Evolution, Rutgers University – 2017
437 Cooke Hall
oligochaetology, organismal biology, restoration ecology, soil ecology, climate education, outreach, science communication, and teacher education.
Although my primary responsibilities involve teaching and advising responsibilities, I also study how earthworms can be used in post-industrial brownfield soils as a benefit to phytoextraction and site remediation. Some of my other projects involve earthworm biogeography and phenology, earthworm genome sequencing, and hosting an ecology podcast produced with my students called EcologyU.
Henshue, N., Mordhorst, C. & Perkins, L. “Invasive earthworms in a Northern Great Plains prairie fragment” Biol Invasions (2017).
2017. Henshue, N. and Holzapfel, C. “Biological Survey of Earthworm Populations” Presentation. Ecological Society of America Meeting 8/6/17
2016. Henshue, N. and Holzapfel, C. “Amynthas Agrestis: The Aggressive Subterranean Invader. Presentation. Mid Atlantic Ecological Society Meeting 4/22/16
2016. Henshue, N. Investigating earthworm populations in both post-industrial metalliferous and pristine soil habitats. Presentation. Lacawac Ecology Conference, 9/24/16
2010. Henshue, N. “The Essential Species of Pennsylvania” (field guide, 142pp)
Invited reviewer for J. Biological Invasions.