Contact

sb89@uw.edu

Program

Ph.D.

Office Location

Quantitative Ecology Lab

Website

Washington Predator-Prey Project

Research

I am a member of the Quantitative Ecology Lab studying non-consumptive predator-prey interactions of large mammals in Eastern Washington. My research is part of the collaborative Washington Predator-Prey Project. I use camera traps and quantitative methods to understand the spatial and temporal patterns of predator-prey interactions across a community of species, including deer, elk, cougars, and wolves. I am particularly interested in conducting research that combines aspects of animal behavior, population ecology, community dynamics and quantitative ecology to inform wildlife management and conservation.

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