Director, Environmental Studies
Program, Benthic Ecology, Paleoecology
Office: 211 A.W. Smith
Phone: (216) 368-3676
Cleveland-Marshall School of Law (1984)
Yale University (1975)
Yale University (1972)
Washington University, St. Louis (1970)
Environmental Studies Program
Case Western Reserve University
Prof. Peter McCall, Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences, joined the faculty at Case Western Reserve University in 1974. He is a benthic ecologist who has worked on adaptive strategies of marine and freshwater benthos, pollution ecology, animal-sediment relations, and biological mixing of sediments. Dr. McCall is also interested in sediment transport and deposition, early evolution of the invertebrates, and in environmental law. He has developed a recent interest in developing computer models of complex biogeodynamic systems for teaching.
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