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Richard Bray

Richard Bray

Professor of Biological Sciences

Office: Science Hall 309A

Richard Bray

Ph.D. Biology 1978: University of California, Santa Barbara. Prior to joining CSUSM in Fall, 1994, Dr. Bray served on the faculty in the Department of Biological Sciences at CSU Long Beach. Dr. Bray's area of specialization is ecology and biostatistics; his current research is on the population dynamics of marine and freshwater fishes. 



Timmons, M. and R.N. Bray. 1997. Age, growth, and sexual maturity of shovelnose guitarfish, Rhinobatos productus (Ayres). Fish. Bull. 95:349-359.

Lowe, C.G., R.N. Bray, and D.R. Nelson. 1994. Feeding and associated electrical behavior of the Pacific electric ray Torpedo californica in the field. Marine Biology 120(l): 161-169.

Murray, S.N. and R.N. Bray. 1993. Benthic macrophytes. In: Dailey, M.D., D.J. Reish, and J.W. Anderson. Ecology of the southern California bight. U.C. Press, Berkeley. pp. 304-368.



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