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Krista Fish

Assistant Professor

Krista is a biological anthropologist with a research focus on primate ecology and evolution. Her early research took her to the Bocas del Toro archipelago in Panama and to southern Madagascar where she investigated the responses of primates to human disturbances. Currently, Krista is studying the ecology of nocturnal primates. She is interested in understanding how factors such as body size, predator pressure, and light levels shape the lives of nocturnal primates in order to model the nocturnal/diurnal transition that occurred early in primate evolution. 

Publications

You can find a list of Krista's publications here.

Regular Classes

AN 202 Human Biological Variation

AN 207 Primate Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation

AN 230 Human Evolution

AN 301 Human Osteology

AN 302 Human Ecology and Biology

AN 306 Primatology

AN 331 Evolution, Science, and Society

AN 333 Evolution of Human Life Histories

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Education

    • Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder, 2010
    • M.A., University of Colorado-Boulder, 2000
    • B.A., Colorado College, 1997

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