Madilyn Gamble

JSEP Graduate Fellow; Ph.D. Student, Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society

Madi Gamble is a JSEP Graduate Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in Dartmouth's Ecology, Evolution, Environment & Society graduate program. She studies the ecology and evolution of life-history traits in salmon and trout. This is her third year as part of JSEP.

Madi Gamble Ph.D. candidate in Dartmouth's Ecology, Evolution, Environment & Society graduate program. She studies the evolutionary mechanisms that maintain variation within species, particularly salmon and trout. In particular, she is interested in the ways in which life history can vary between males and females and between males with different reproductive tactics ("fighter" vs. "sneaker" males). Madi is also interested in the ways in which this intraspecific variation affects population dynamics and resilience to global change. Madi hopes to build a career as an educator and researcher with a focus on experiential learning programs like JSEP that forge connections between curious students of different backgrounds over a shared love of the natural environment. She is thrilled to return for a third year of JSEP. In addition to science, Madi loves hiking with her dog, cooking, skiing, and reading.

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