I always make an effort to bring my work to the public, either through popular media, public presentations, or just answering questions.
public outreach & media (since 2011)
- Our paper in Science on global reductions in mammalian movements was covered widely (Altmetric score of 777), including the New York Times, Science, Nature, Der Spiegel, and El Pais.
- “The Comeback (Fisher) Kings”; Huyck Preserve Myosotis Messenger Newsletter article
- AGU meeting press panel: “Climate change and consequences for animal populations”
- “Golden eagle migration out of sync with climate change”; BBC News
- Our paper on shrew skull size changes in Current Biology was reported by over 400 international news outlets, including television, radio, online, and print. A few highlights include: Nature, The Guardian, DailyMail.com, Newsweek, Yahoo, ScienceDaily.com, Phys.org, Smithsonian.com, USNews&WorldReport.com, New York Times, and the Discovery Channel.
- “Schrumpfköpfe in unserer Natur”; Südkurier
- “Schrumpfende Nager”; Stuttgarter Zeitung
- “Weasels are built for the Hunt”; New York Times
- “Where the Animals Go: the Fishers Sneaking Through Suburbia”; Book
- “Ein storch geht online”; Deutschlandfunk radio program
- “Keeping up with the Carnivores”; JSTOR Daily
- “Fierce, furry fishers are expanding their range - and bulk”; National Geographic News
- “Weasel-like predators are reclaiming territory in the U.S., and growing larger”; Popular Science
- “Animal-defined movement corridors”; YouTube tutorial and presentation
- “Der Klügere Forscher berechnet nicht, er beobachtet lieber”; VetJournal
- “Tracking Animal Migration”; National Geographic GeoStory
- “Modelle versagen bei Korridor-Vorhersage”; www.naturschutz.ch
- “GPS Data Reveals Shy Carnivores are Intrepid Urban Explorers”; www.txchnologist.com
- “Using Animal Behavior Data to Better Inform Mathematical Models Of Animal Movements”; www.redOrbit.com
- “Just Ask the Animals: Fishers with GPS Sensors Show Animal Movements”; www.ScienceDaily.com
- “Using Animal Behavior Data to Better Inform Mathematical Models Of Animal Movements”; www.phys.org
- “Einfach mal die Tiere fragen!”; www.vbio.de
- “New ideas for improving corridor models”; www.conservationcorridor.org
- “Dynamic GPS Fine-Tunes Tracking”; The Wildlife Professional
- “Fisher-Man”; www.practiceconservation.com
- “Albany’s urban weasels”; New York Times
invited talks & lectures
- “Camera traps and emammal.org for science, conservation, and education”; E. N. Huyck Preserve
- “Ecology and behavior of fishers in suburbia”, Thacher Park Nature Center
- “Fishers as a model organism for assessing landscape connectivity in across Black Rock Forest”, Black Rock Forest
- “Suburban fishers: how a once rare carnivore is adapting to life at the forest fringe”, E. N. Huyck Preserve
- Declined invitation to present at the “Earth to Sky” course. Sponsored by NASA, NPS, and the USFWS
- “Using animal-movement data to quantify functional landscape connectivity”, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; Keynote speaker.
- “From refugia to suburbia: how fishers are re-colonizing their former range”, Mammal Research Institute.
- “Using animal behavior data to identify corridors and validate resistance-based corridor model predictions”, Universität Potsdam.
- “Animal-defined corridors: using animal movement data to identify corridors”, Universität Konstanz.
- “Animal-defined corridors: using animal movement data to identify corridors”, Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment of Bhutan.
- “Ecology and behavior of urban fishers”; Saratoga County Fur Trappers Association
- “The fisher: our old neighbor is back”; Save the Pine Bush
- “Our old neighbor the fisher is back”; Thatcher Park Nature Center
recent conference presentations (since 2011)
- “Arctic warming and Golden eaglemigrations: potential for desynchrony between spring and eagle arrival dates”, Seattle, USA.
- “Golden eagle migratory behaviors in response to arctic warming”, Salt Lake City, USA.
- “Golden eagle migratory behaviors in response to arctic warming”, New Orleans, USA.
- “Mammalian responses to dynamic environments: behavior and morphology”, Palisades, USA.
- “CT scans reveal profound seasonal changes in the ossified skull of two mammals”, Cologne, Germany.
- “Golden eagle migratory behavior and arctic warming”, Boulder, USA.
- “Sex, age, geographic, and seasonal differences in Mustela skulls”, Munich, Germany.
- "Animal-defined movement corridors: a tutorial", Raleigh, North Carolina.
- "The R package move: a tutorial", Raleigh, North Carolina.
- “Re-wildling suburbia: ecology and behavior of fisher in a semi-urban landscape”, Oxford, England.
- “Animal-defined corridors: using animal movement data to identify functional wildlife corridors”, Bangalore, India.
- “Movement patterns and corridor use of fisher (Martes pennanti) within a developed landscape”, Luxembourg City.
- “Fisher (Martes pennanti) movement patterns and corridor use across an urban gradient”, Paris, France.
- “Behavior and ecology of fisher (Martes pennanti) inhabiting an urban ecosystem”, Portland, Oregon.
- “Ecological and behavioral adaptations for survival in urban fisher (Martes pennanti)”, Austin, Texas.