New grant

The lab, along with colleagues at the University of Wisconsin and University of Wyoming, recently received a new grant from NSF. This project will investigate factors driving the collapse of mesic tree populations in eastern North America during the middle …

Publications

We have a few new 2019 publications to report.

The first publication is the outcome a collaboration with Bob Booth and Ryan Peters from Lehigh University. For his undergraduate honors thesis Ryan was interested in determining how light intensity influences …

Publication

In what is probably our last publication for 2018 in Biological Conservation we review the use of isoscapes to address questions in wildlife management and conservation and provide a how-to guide (with examples) for use of isoscapes in a conservation …

New papers

We haven’t updated our blog for a couple of months, which means we have a backlog of new publications to announce.

The first is a paper in The Journal of Wildlife Management in which we used genetic data to identify …

Congratulations, Caitlin!

Caitlin successfully defended her M.S. thesis (entitled “Refining assessment of the geographic origins of animals inferred from stable isotope data”) today!  We look forward to seeing her results submitted for publication and future success as a Ph.D. student in the …

Student award!

Congratulations to Abby, a high school student who did research in the lab last summer. Abby’s recent presentation (entitled “Implications for using singed feathers in determining geographic origin with wildlife forensics approaches”) at the meeting of the Association of Field …