University of Wisconsin–Madison
Spatial Analysis For Conservation and Sustainability

Eugenia Bragina

Postdoctoral Fellow

Education

2008: Ph.D., Zoology. Moscow State University, Department of Biology

2002: M.Sc., Population ecology. Moscow State University, Department of Biology

Research interests

I am interested in conservation of wildlife populations. I worked with endangered cranes studying bioacoustical ways to approach conservation. Lately, I did population modeling of several mammal species in Russia to explore population trends. I am also interested in spatial and temporal drivers behind population dynamics, namely habitat change, social and economic reasons and so on.

Personal interests

I enjoy reading, dancing, mountaineering, canoeing and camping.

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