|Present||Professor, Environmental Sciences, Western Washington University ‐ Huxley College of the Environment|
|Present||Affiliated Faculty, Western Washington University ‐ Spatial Institute, Huxley College of the Environment|
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Landscape-level Analysis of Mountain Goat Population Connectivity in Washington and ...
Conservation Genetics (2015)
Habitat fragmentation and habitat loss diminish population connectivity, reducing genetic diversity and increasing extinction risk over time. Improving connectivity is ...
Spatial Scaling and Multi-model Inference in Landscape Genetics: Martes americana ...
Landscape Ecology (2010)
Individual-based analyses relating landscape structure to genetic distances across complex landscapes enable rigorous evaluation of multiple alternative hypotheses linking landscape ...
Coral Reef Habitat Discrimination Using Multivariate Spectral Analysis and Satellite ...
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2003)
Coral reefs are important both biologically and economically, but are under increasing pressure from pollution and human-induced disturbance. Coral reefs ...
Multi Scale Habitat Relationships of Martes americana in Northern Idaho ...
Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Paper (2012)
We used bivariate scaling and logistic regression to investigate multiple-scale habitat selection by American marten (Martes americana). Bivariate scaling reveals ...
Contributions to Books (6)
Contribution to Book
Natural Variability: Implications for Ecosystem Management
Volume II: Ecosystem Management: Principles and Applications (1993)
Information on the historical variability of ecosystem conditions and the natural disturbance regimes that influence such variability is increasingly used ...