Read about Dr. Brant's research on how selenium moves through food webs.
Dr. Witharana and colleagues used images from drones and satellites to determine which colonies increased or decreased in the 1980s.
How many pellets? How many patches? WHICH patches? Dr. Chadwich Rittenhouse uses structured decision making to describe the importance of sampling decisions when the occupied sites of a rare cottontail have declined by 50% in the last decade.
Congratulations to Andrew Stillman, a PhD student in EEB, for best student paper at The Wildlife Society Conference
Cytokines, TINY immune-signaling proteins, can be used to assess the health of polar bears, the LARGEST living bear species.
Dr. Morzillo was promoted from Assistant to Associate Professor. Many virtual meetings with Anita as we celebrate her awesome accomplishment.
Dr. Nathan found that patch area and catchment area were the best predictors of Brook Trout genetic diversity
Dr. Seewagen published a paper showing that Ovenbirds were in similar physiological condition in forest with and without Japanese barberry.
No F2F meeting with colleagues this March. See you at the 2021 conference.
PhD student Mauri Liberati published a paper in Landscape and Urban Planning.
People’s attitudes towards rattlesnakes on their property are influenced by individual perceptions of wildlife, as well as knowledge about and previous experiences with rattlesnakes. Congrats to Lindsay Keener-Eck, MS student, and Dr. Anita Morzillo for two papers published in the same week.
- Resident Attitudes Toward Timber Rattlesnakes
- A comparison of wildlife value orientations and attitudes toward timber rattlesnakes
Friday February 21st
Join us at MS thesis defense on Nov 22nd at 9am
Spot Fin Killifish Can you spot one?
Alumni Mike Evans wins Best Student Presentation Award at national The Wildlife Society conference.
Advancing conservation in constrained landscapes
Real data in a spatial, interactive storymap