David Hoeinghaus | Department of Biological Sciences

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David Hoeinghaus

David Hoeinghaus
Associate Professor
ENV 310Y
Dr. Hoeinghaus conducts research on fish ecology, and community and ecosystem ecology of tropical and temperate aquatic ecosystems. 

Dr. David Hoeinghaus teaches classes in the following subjects: Community Ecology, Freshwater Ecosystems, and Fish Diversity and Ecology


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Ecology, Evolutionary Biology & Systematics, Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
  • Bachelor of Science, Conservation Biology & Biodiversity, Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University

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