|Seeking Graduate Students!!||For Projects On: Deer Skunks River Otters Armadillos!!!|
Eric M. Schauber
|Welcome! Dr. Dana Morin
-- Postdoctoral Fellow who will be tearing into camera trap data to
answer cool questions about interactions among wild & domestic
Welcome Miranda Vesy -- MS student who will be unraveling the youthful adventures and misadventures of horned lizards
Andrew Rutter -- for successfully defending his Master's thesis "Survival and Capture Efficiency of River Otters in Southern Illinois"
Marie Tosa -- (M.S. 2015) for starting her Ph.D. program at Oregon State University!
Dr. Tyler Schartel -- (M.S. 2011) for starting a postdoctoral position at U.C. Berkeley, and winning the 2017 Roseberry Award for Meritorious Publication (SIU Coop. Wildlife Research Lab)
Hot off the Presses:
Koen, E. L., M. I. Tosa, E. M. Schauber, and C. K. Nielsen. 2017. Does landscape connectivity shape local and global social network structure in white-tailed deer? PLoS One, 12(3): e0173570 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0173570
Mook, J., E. Schauber, M. Vesy, R. W. Moody, and D. Nolan. 2017. Phrynosoma cornutum (Texas horned lizard) Behavior. Herpetological Review, 48(1):197-198.
Tosa, M. I., E. M. Schauber, and C. K. Nielsen. 2017. Impact of localized removal on white-tailed deer space use and contact rates. Journal of Wildlife Management, 81:26-37 DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21176
|Website last updated: 14 August 2017|