PhD Research - Theresa Nogeire

Theresa Nogeire conducts research in the fields of landscape ecology and conservation biology, with a particular focus on conservation planning for wildlife. She is interested in how biodiversity hangs on in human-dominated landscapes, and especially how wide-ranging species of such animals as birds and mammalian carnivores use agricultural landscapes. She uses wildlife surveys, geographic information systems, and spatially explicit modeling to answer questions about animal movement and habitat selection to gain a better understanding of how private-lands management might advance conservation goals.

Employment Upon Graduation: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washington - School of Environmental and Forest Science

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