Daniel joined the lab in January 2017 as a postdoctoral researcher. Daniel received his BS from the University of Delaware and his MS in Fishery Resources from the University of Idaho. He recently completed his PhD at the University of Alabama where his research focused on the effects of climate warming on stream invertebrate community structure and function. Generally, he is interested in using observational and experimental approaches to answer both basic and applied questions related to how climate change will alter material and energy transfer through aquatic ecosystems. His research in the lab will examine the relative contributions of autochthonous vs. allochthonous energy sources fueling stream invertebrate food webs across a broad biome/climate gradient using stable isotopes.