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Area of Expertise:wildlife conservation and management; population modeling; biomass estimation; avian, mammalian, and invertebrate ecology
In order to fulfill its mission, the Catalina Island Conservancy must engage many different Island-connected audiences in understanding the ecology of the Island and the stewardship required to protect it. The Chief Conservation and Science Officer is a senior level position that directs the Conservancy's efforts relating to ecological protection, restoration of the Island’s natural and cultural resources, and scientific research and monitoring. This position also plays a key role in the engagement of on- and off-Island audiences in the long-term protection of the Island.
Remotely Sensed Vegetation Mapping of Woody Cover in Semi-Desert Grasslands of the Cienega Creek Basin and Sonoita Plain
Area of Expertise:management of large mammals
Worked as a Wildlife Technician and Biological Consultant for Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife. Worked a summer internship in Soil Sciences at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND.
Area of Expertise:environmental management
The UA Wild Cat Research and Conservation Center is featured on two new banners on the UA mall. One banner is located in front of the Arizona Student Union, and the other in front of the Science and Engineering Library. The banners highlight the Wild Cat Center’s important contributions to wild cat research, especially related to the conservation of the jaguar.
Please join SNRE in congratulating Kristen Dillon and Carl Lundblad, recipients of the 2012 NSF Grad Research Fellowship. Both are MS students studying wildlife ecology in Courtney Conway’s lab.
Read more about Kristen’s research here: http://www.snr.arizona.edu/node/1397
Read more about Carl’s research here: http://www.snr.arizona.edu/lundblad