Dr. Pangle is a professor of Biology at Central Michigan University
- Ph.D., Fisheries and Wildlife and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior, Michigan State University, 2008
- M.S., Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, 2003
- B.S., Biology, Lake Superior State University, 2001
- Predator-Prey Interactions
- Phenotypic Plasticity
- Great Lakes Food Webs
- Peacor, S. D., K. L.
Pangle, L. Schiesari, and E. E. Werner. In press. Scaling up phenotypic responses of prey to predators: impacts over multiple generations in a complex aquatic community.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
- Bourdeau, P. E., K. L.
Pangle, and S. D. Peacor. The invasive predator Bythotrephes induces vertical migration in native copepods of Lake Michigan.
Accepted to Biological Invasions.
Pangle, K. L., S. A. Ludsin, and B. J. Fryer. 2010. Otolith microchemistry as a stock identification tool for freshwater fishes: testing its limits in Lake Erie.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1475-1489.
Pangle, K. L., and S. D. Peacor. 2010. Temperature gradients, but not food resource gradients, affect growth rate of migrating Daphnia mendotae in Lake Michigan.
Journal of Great Lakes Research 36: 345-350.
Pangle, K. L., S. D. Peacor, and O. E. Johannsson. 2007. Large nonlethal effects of an invasive invertebrate predator on zooplankton population growth rate.
Ecology 88: 402-412.