University of Wisconsin–Madison
Spatial Analysis For Conservation and Sustainability

Frederic Beaudry

Postdoctoral Fellow

Education

2007: Ph.D. Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine

2004: M.S. Natural Resources (Wildlife), Humboldt State University

2000: B.S. Biology, Universite du Quebec a Rimouski

1996: DEC Applied Ecology, CEGEP Vanier College

Research interests

Conservation biology, habitat ecology & population ecology. I am concerned with the connection between land use and wildlife habitat, and how this interaction affects wildlife populations. Conservation issues are of particular interest to me, and the problem-solving approaches I use include habitat selection analysis, population viability analysis, and GIS. I also enjoy thinking about how behavior, such as territoriality or dispersal movement, shapes habitat selection.

Personal interests

I like clouds, clear lakes, turtles, bird nests, frozen eyelashes, sastrugi, free-heeling in powder snow, and reeling in a #00 Mepps by an undercut bank.

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