My research improves our understanding of how species, populations, and individuals respond to their dynamic environments. My work combines data collection, via biotelemetry, camera traps, or specimen measurements, with advanced spatial and statistical analyses to reveal wildlife behavior and to develop conservation relevant information.
I am currently the Research Scientist for Black Rock Forest, a research, education, and conservation not-for-profit consortium in the Hudson Highlands of New York. Go to my project website there to learn more about my current efforts.
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Click here for a description of my current project.