Research Focus

My research focuses on interactions among landscape resources, social behavior, population biology, and spatial and temporal distributions.

  • I conduct research on the interface of science and its practical application.
  • The evolution of social behavior is the focus of past and ongoing work.
  • I am especially interested in studying how temporal and spatial resource distributions influence movements and social behavior.
  • Most projects result in predictive models that can be used to inform practitioners and decision makers.


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