Associate Professor, University of Vermont Rubenstein School
InvestigatorMapping Vermont Moose Habitat Use to Aid Wildlife Managers
Tracking radio-collared moose in the Northeast Kingdom pinpoints habitat hotspots for management consideration.
InvestigatorVermont Home to Richest Wildlife Occurrence in New England
Researchers create New England wildlife distribution model; Vermont has richest species distribution.
InvestigatorConserving Connected Forest Habitat Key to Recovering American Marten in the Northeastern U.S.
Restoring American marten populations in Vermont and the northeastern U.S. will require high quality, intact, and connected forested habitat.
InvestigatorHow Wildlife, Recreation, and Demographics Affect Public Acceptability of Development in Vermont
Factors like wildlife, outdoor recreation and demographics have various effects on public acceptability of development in Vermont.
InvestigatorGenetic Data Suggests a Successful Marten Reintroduction in Southern Vermont
Researchers examined genetic structure of martens and found that a previous reintroduction attempt was successful.
InvestigatorAmerican Marten Recovery in the Northeast
Researchers surveyed experts on the occupancy of American marten to estimate distribution and connectivity in the northeast to aid in marten recovery.