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Sophie Gilbert

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.

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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.

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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.

 

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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.

 

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Sam Foster (PhD Student)

Sam is a terrestrial ecologist interested in exploring questions that interface wildlife interactions with agents of landscape disturbance. He is currently exploring how wildfire, logging, and other habitat-modifying agents influence large-mammal-community interactions and ultimately affect mule deer populations in southeastern British Columbia.