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About Brian S Dorr

My research is focused primarily on ecological relationships between avian predators and invasive herpetofauna and their environment, particularly as it relates to human wildlife conflicts. Current lines of research include: Interactions between avian predators and commercial and natural resources, effects of wildlife management on populations, effectiveness of wildlife damage management programs, management methods including invasive species, the use of biomarkers as determinants of age and diet in avian species, wildlife as vectors for disease, evaluation of aerial survey techniques, and use of satellite and VHF telemetry in spatial and temporal assessments of habitat use, migration, and movement.

Positions

Present Research Wildlife Biologist, Ph.D., CWB®, United States Department of Agriculture
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Contact Information

Scales Building, Rm. 103
(P.O. Box 6099)
125 Stone Blvd.
MS State University, MS 39762
Phone 662-325-8216


Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology and Managment (52)