PhD candidate, Fish & Wildlife Biology
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Master of Science, Wildlife Biology, University of Montana 2014
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 1998
My research interests center on the ecology of mammals and applying quantitative methods to management issues. I am interested in developing criteria that will help wildlife managers prioritize which information to collect concerning their populations and questions of interest. I am also interested in assessing the costs and benefits of different data collection techniques. My previous research focused on predicting migration in a white-tailed deer population based on home range attributes and quantifying the effects of this decision on survival and resource use. I am currently collaborating with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to develop cost effective methods for monitoring and estimating mule deer populations.