Aquatic Toxicology Research Scientist
Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology — Colorado State University, 2015
M.S., Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Biology — Colorado State University, 2011
B.S. in Natural Resource Management, Biology, and Public Administration and Policy Analysis — University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2001
Secondary (6th-12th) Teaching License — Colorado State University, 2005
Current or Recent Positions
Aquatic Toxicology Research Scientist — Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2014-Present
Aquatic Ecotoxicology Research Associate & Course Instructor — Colorado State University, 2007-2013
Benthic Macroinvertebrate and Stream Ecology Researcher — Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2011-2012
Stream Restoration Ecology and Toxicology Researcher — Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2010-2011
Benthic Ecology Consultant — US Fish Wildlife Service, 2010
Radio Chemist — Paragon Analytics, Fort Collins, CO, 2001-2003
Iwasaki Y, Cadmus P. Clements W H. 2013. Comparison of different predictors of exposure for modeling impacts of metal mixtures on macroinvertebrates in stream microcosms. Aquatic Toxicology 132: 151-156.
Clements WH, Cadmus P, Brinkman SF. 2013. Responses of aquatic insects to Cu and Zn in stream microcosms: Understanding differences between single species tests and field responses. Environmental Science & Technology 47:7506-7513.
Cadmus P. and Pomerantz J. 2013. Low-cost floating and bankside emergence traps for quantitative and qualitative sampling of adult aquatic insects. (in review)
Cadmus P, Guasch H, Herdric AT, Bonet B, Urrea G, Clements WH. Influence of iron oxides on copper and zinc toxicity to aquatic communities. (in review)