Mari Butler is an Assistant Professor of Science and has been teaching at Endicott College since 2004. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology from Dartmouth College, a Master of Science Degree in Oceanography from the University of Connecticut, and a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences from the University of Rhode Island. Her doctoral research involved the use of the mosquito larvicide methoprene and its effects on aquatic communities, and all aspects of mosquito ecology and vector-borne disease continue to interest her. Her broad interests also include biological oceanography and climate change. Prior to working on her Ph.D., Mari worked on numerous different oceanographic projects all over the world, including projects in the Arctic and Antarctic, the Indian Ocean, the Equatorial Pacific, and the North Atlantic while she was employed by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. At Endicott Dr. Butler teaches courses in Biology, Oceanography, Science and Society, and Environmental Field Sampling.
Dr. Mari Butler's area of expertise includes: environmentally related issues such as global climate change; pesticide use; mosquito issues; oceanography.
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