Dr. Gilbert is an a wildlife ecologist interested how animals respond to their changing environment, including animal behavior, population, and community ecology, as well as linkages between wildlife and humans. > Sophie's CV.
Caitlin Kupferman (MS student)
Caitlin is currently working on a study of fishers colonizing Southeast Alaska near Juneau, and is keenly interested in carnivore ecology, habitat selection and community dynamics.
kayte groth (MS Student)
Kayte is working on a joint project on ways to modify white-tailed deer and elk behavior in agricultural landscapes of Idaho using fear-increasing and nutrition-reducing treatments. She is leading the effort focused on white-tailed deer in the Clearwater Region.
John Guthrie (MS student)
John is working on the elk portion of a joint project examining ways to modify white-tailed deer and elk behavior in agricultural landscapes of Idaho using fear-increasing and nutritien-reducing treatments. His project is located in south Idaho.
Sam Foster (PhD Student)
Sam will be joining the lab in fall 2018 to study the effects of landscape disturbance on mule deer and large mammal community relationships in British Columbia
Casey McCormick (MS student)
Casey will be joining the lab in fall 2018 to study effects of human activity and land-use on elk survival and predator-prey relationships in Northern Idaho.