BS, Biology, University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, 2016
I am currently working in the taxonomy of earthworms from Puerto Rico and USA, and on their ecology, especially on their interactions with plants. I have interest to continue my studies on soil ecology and invertebrate zoology, specially earthworms, flatworms and terrestrial arthropods, as well as plant-animal interactions.
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The shovel – a surprisingly effective, but often overlooked tool for soil biodiversity discovery. Callaham, M.A., Jr., R. Carrera-Martínez, S.W. James, B.A. Snyder, and M.K. Taylor (2018): Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 5-10, 2018, New Orleans, Louisiana
Opening a can of worms: Uncovering the diversity of native semiaquatic earthworms from the Southern Appalachian Piedmont of the US. Carrera-Martínez, R., M.K. Taylor, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. (2018): Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 5-10, 2018, New Orleans, Louisiana
Landuse legacies of old-field succession and soil structure at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory in SC, USA. Brecheisen, Zachary Scott, Daniel deB. Richter, Mac Callaham, Roberto Carrera-Martinez, Paul Heine (2017): American Geophysical Union 2017 Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 11-15 December 2017
Past, present and future earthworm-related research at the Calhoun CZO. Callaham, Mac, Roberto Carrera-Martínez, Zach Brecheisen, Melanie Taylor, Dan Markewitz, and Dan Richter (2017): Calhoun CZO 2017 Summer Science Meeting, Union, SC, 17-18 May 2017