Prof. Peter McCall joined the faculty at Case Western Reserve University in 1974. He is a benthic ecologist who has worked on adaptive strategies of marine and freshwater benthos, pollution ecology, animal-sediment relations, and biological mixing of sediments. Dr. McCall is also interested in sediment transport and deposition, early evolution of the invertebrates, and in environmental law. He has developed a recent interest in developing computer models of complex biogeodynamic systems for teaching.
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J.D. Cleveland-Marshall School of Law, 1984
Ph.D. Yale University, 1975
M.Phil, Yale University, 1972
B.A. Washington University, St. Louis, 1970