CURRENT STUDENTS (Advisor or Supervisor)
Jon Martin (2013-present) - Advisor
Project Title: Deer response to intensive forest management.
Tessa Hasbrouck (2016-present) - Advisor
Project Title: Assessing impacts of climate change and energy costs on hunting and fishing practices (working title)
Helen Cold (2016-present) - Advisor
Project Title: Documenting and describing landscape disturbances influencing human access to wild resources: a community-based approach (working title)
Taylor Stinchcomb (2015-present) - Advisor
Project Title: Associations among caribou hunters, caribou, aircraft traffic, and human infrastructure: a soundscape ecology approach (working title)
Nils Pedersen (2014-present) - Advisor
Project Title: Human-bear interactions and ecology on the North Slope of Alaska (working title)
Scott Leorna (2016-present)
Project Title: Influence of weather conditions on Dall sheep hunter success
Luke Rogers (2016-present)
Project Title: The effect of social class on space use and behavior in captive wood bison: a comparative study
CURRENT STUDENTS (Committee Membership)
PhD: Sheri Coker (2015-present), Matthew Rogers (2015-present)
MS: Matthew Sprau (2015-present), Tara Callear (2014-present)
GRADUATED STUDENTS (Advisor or Committee Membership)
Casey Brown (2016) - Committee member
Dissertation Title: Social-ecological drivers of resource selection and habitat use by moose in Interior Alaska.
Kim Jochum (2014) - Committee member
Dissertation Title: Applying a social‐ecological systems approach to human‐bear encounters across the pacific rim: advancing resilient human‐wildlife management strategies
Ian Johnson (2015) - Advisor
Thesis Title: Space use and movements of moose hunters and wolves in the Yukon Flats, Alaska
Jeff Frederick (2015) - Committee member
Thesis Title: Alpine themal dynamics and associated constraints on the behavior of mountain goats in southeast Alaska.
Britta Schroeder (2014) - Committee member
Thesis Title: Mapping landscape values and forest uses on the Tongass National Forest.
Richard Hum (2013) - Committee member
Thesis Title: Online social media as a social-ecological systems research tool: Facebook and two rural Alaskan communities