student : Adam Hanbury-BrownMS, PhD

Roosevelt Elk in the Klamath Mountains: Integrating Track and Sign, Spatial Ecology, and Visual Communication (MS ’18)

Adam’s research focuses on improving the way Earth System Models (ESMs) represent ecological processes, particularly forest regeneration. He is currently funded by NASA to use satellite observations to study post-fire forest regeneration and use insights to improve the way ESMs represent forest regeneration. His prior research focused on elk movement / habitat selection and how a changing northern California landscape is exacerbating human-wildlife conflict.

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Kueppers Lab

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