Dr. Christine Bozarth is a Professor of Environmental Science at NOVA’s Alexandria Campus and is Chair of the Environmental Science Discipline Group. She earned her PhD in Environmental Science and Policy from George Mason University and her Bachelors degree in Zoology from Connecticut College. Her research focuses on population genetics and phylogeography of North American vertebrates using non-invasive methods and also detection of the fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, in anurans. She incorporates modern educational pedagogy and technology in her classroom. She teaches Environmental Science I and II (ENV 121 and 122) and is the faculty advisor of the student environmental club, the Green Club.
Effects of Roads and Land Use on Frogs Across Spatial Scales and Regions in the Eastern and Central United States. Diversity and Distributions 2016
Coyote Colonization of Northern Virginia and Admixture with Great Lakes Wolves
Phylogeography of the Gray Fox in the Eastern United States
Using Fecal DNA and Spatial Capture-Recapture to Characterize a Recent Coyote Colonization _ Northeastern Naturalist 2015
Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in the Eastern Spadefoot, Scaphiopus holbrookii, at Cape Cod National Seashore, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA_Herpetological Review_ 2014