I am broadly interested in wildlife-habitat relationships, and animal movement, with a goal of understanding how these processes are impacted by anthropogenic disturbance. In addition, I am interested in what life history strategies make wildlife species resilient to disturbance.
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University. I obtained my BS degree in Biology in 2005 from Bates College, my MSc degree in Ecology from the University of Alberta in 2010, and recently finished my work in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University. In my free time I enjoy skiing, hiking, fishing, and hunting.
Fishing the blackstone river in Alberta