126A Russell Laboratories/ 1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
We live in a world where the impact of human activity on natural resources is unavoidable. In order to evaluate the impact of human activities on animal populations and to decide on the most effective actions for nature conservation, we need fundamental information on the extent of changes in the living environment. I am interested in conservation biology and causation of animal populations’ changes. Are populations of animals declining or increasing? Can we detect the fundamental causes for changes in population size? To answer these questions, we need long-term studies on big territories.
I enjoy reading, dancing, mountaineering, canoeing and camping.
Bragina E.V., Beme I.R. 2010. Siberian crane duet as an individual signature of a pair: comparison of visual and statistical classification techniques. Acta Ethologica 13(1):39-48 doi: 10.1007/s10211-010-0073-6