About Kenneth

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.

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  • ecology and management of wildlife impacted by human influences, population ecology, small mammals, conservation biology, computer applications (GIS), spatial data analysis


Ph.D. , Fishery and Wildlife Biology, - Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO, 1991

M.S., Fish and Wildlife Biology - Utah State University
Logan, UT, 1983

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