Kenneth R. Wilson


Colorado State Park Late Winter Hut Trip 2005

 

Professor & Department Head
Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology

Graduate Degree Program in Ecology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1474
Office: (970) 491-5020
FAX: (970) 491-5091 Email

Education.

Curriculum Vitae.

Research Interests.

My students and I have an interest in wildlife management, conservation biology and ecology specifically related to 1) impacts of human activities on wildlife, 2) population ecology especially of small mammals, and 3) understanding patterns of species richness and our ability to predict species distributions across the landscape. To that end we have an interest in using state-of-the-art computer software in our work, including GIS and spatial modeling, with the ultimate goal of improving the management and conservation of wild species.

Teaching.

I currently teach FW111 (Basic Outdoor Skills in FWCB), and occasionally FW696 (Graduate Student Orientation). Past courses include: FW100 Wildlife Fundamentals, FWCC192 Wildlife Inquiries, FW370 Design of Wildlife Projects, FW471 Wildlife Data Collection, and NR120 Environmental Conservation, and FW551 Design of Fish & Wildlife Studies.

Completed Graduate Student Research.

Current Graduate Student Research.

Other Research Projects.

Graduate Program Information.

As Department Head, I am not accepting graduate students at this time.

Info from the CSU Graduate School

Recent Publications (See Curriculum Vitae for all publications)


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