Forest Animal Ecology Lab

I am an animal ecologist with research interests that extend into the fields of animal behavior, physiological ecology, and conservation science. The research questions I pursue are grounded in both basic and applied principles, and nearly all are investigated through empirical field studies of wild populations. Some of my current projects include studies that are examining bee community response to wildlife fire and salvage logging, testing the demographic response of early-successional birds to herbicides, and quantifying space use and nesting ecology of the imperiled Marbled Murrelet.