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About Cassandra M.V. Nuñez

My research integrates animal behavior and physiology in the wild to answer both applied and basic questions, using feral horses as a model systems. My interest also include contraceptive management, helping managers make more ethical and responsible decisions regarding the population control of species. I also am interested in mother-young relationships which aid researchers better understand the function of the juvenile stage in mammals and the importance of maternal effort and style to recruitment.


Present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Iowa State University Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management

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332 Science 2
2310 Pammel Dr
Ames, IA 50011-1031


Wildlife behavioral ecology and physiology (11)