Researcher Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Mary F Poteet

Mary F Poteet
Lecturer, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences
Provost's Teaching Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences


Email: mpoteet@jsg.utexas.edu
Work: +1 512 471 5209
Office: EPS 2.112D
Mailcode: C9000
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Publications (pdf)

Areas of Expertise

karst ecosystems, biotic response and vulnerability to climate change, invasive species


Research Locations



Current Research Programs & Projects

Effects of Historical and Projected Climate (19012050) and Hydrologic Response of Karst Aquifers on Species Vulnerability in South-Central Texas and Western South Dakota ( view )

Provost Teaching Fellowship - The University of Texas at Austin, Provost teaching fellows. (2017)

Biologist, Biological Advisory Team, Barton Springs Salamander Habitat Conservation Plan (2008 - 2011)

Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Barton Springs pool and salamander, City of Austin (2007 - 2009)

Graduate Students

Laura Dugan, Ph.D., 2014 (Committee Member)
University of Texas at Austin


Protection and recovery of the Barton Springs salamander, Eurycea sosorum, Bridging Disciplines Program: Environment, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX (2014)

Physiology and behavioral response of Eurycea sosorum to dissolved oxygen, BSEACD, Austin, TX (2007)

Eurycea sosorum: current understanding and necessary research, Habitat Conservation Plan Biological Advisory Team, BSEACD, Austin, TX (2005)

Environmental disturbances shift the roles of abiotic and biotic regulation over parasitism in stream communities, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX (2004)

Patterns and processes in parasite populations: testing for responses to anthropogenic disturbance, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX (2004)

YearSemesterCourse
2017Spring GEO 302M The Age Of Mammals
2016Spring GEO 302M The Age Of Mammals
2015Spring GEO 302M The Age Of Mammals
2014Spring EVS 331 Rsch Meths For Envir Sciences

External Photo Galleries


Waller Creek PhotoJournal
Our Waller Creek Photojournal contains thousands of time-series images of Waller Creek taken from selected locations within the UT Austin Campus.

Waller Creek Research Group
As a founding member of the Waller Creek Working Group and Archive, I assess stressors and non-point source inputs in urban creeks to develop management plans that respond to local needs.