2012: Ph.D., University of Virginia
2000: M.S. Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1996: B.A. Earth and Environmental Science, Wesleyan University
I am interested in human impacts to wildlife communities, particularly in areas peripheral to protected areas. More specifically, I am interested in how land-cover change affects wildlife movements, habitat selection and biodiversity indicators. I use remote sensing and satellite telemetry as tools to investigate these questions.
I am interested in the persistence of wild places. I enjoy the usual outdoor pursuits, playing ice hockey, travel, single malt, and being in the middle of nowhere.