CHARLES LECK, Associate Professor
Address: 134 ENRS Building, Cook Campus
14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8551
Phone: (732) 932-3211.
B.S. Muhlenburg College
Ph.D. Cornell University
Current areas of greatest interest for research are: ecology of exotic species, problems in habitat fragmentation, and wetlands restoration. Most of my studies focus on birds and vegetation; major field effort is now in a tidal freshwater wetland.
In the Spring, Dr. Leck teaches Ornithology (119:323). Click here to see the 1998 Ornithology home page
1991. C. Leck and Norton, R. Checklist of the Birds of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Antilles Press.
1988. C. Leck, Murray, B.G. and J. Swinebroad. Long-term changes in the breeding bird population of a New Jersey Forest. Biological Conservation 46: 145-157.
1988. C. Leck, Leck, M.A. Simpson, R.L. and D. F. Whigham. Plants of the Hamilton Marshes: A Delaware River freshwater tidal wetland. Bartonia No. 54: 1-17.
1984. C. Leck. The Status and Distribution of New Jersey's Birds. Rutgers University Press.
1975. C. Leck. The Birds of New Jersey : Their Habits and Habitats. Rutgers University Press.
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