Telephone: (970) 491-1806
Animal movements and habitats
were a focus
of my earliest work, and remains so today.
wildlife and livestock
that are changing is of interest.
lets me simulate
animals in changing landscapes.
allows me to forecast
effects of drivers of change on landscapes.
with my own or others' modeling
tools in my research.
lets me address the "what if" questions
of interest to scientists, managers, and policy makers.
pastoral ecology and simulation
contributes to a group at CSU who are leaders in the topic.
Effects of fragmentation
on pastoral areas, and the ways
it affects livestock, people, and wildlife are a focus.
Decisions people make
and their effects on household
well-being are topics I address with agent-based methods.
Teaching and mentoring
is an activity I enjoy
and that I work to improve through research and practice.
to undergraduate and graduate
students at Colorado State University and elsewhere.
I also teach
, including geographic
information systems, spatial analyses, and modeling.
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