Our lab group seeks to understand how global change (climate change, habitat alteration and human hunting) influences animal behavior, population dynamics and community organization.  Our emphasis is on combining quantitative and field techniques to better understand the ecology of wildlife so as to better inform their management and conservation.  

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Wild cats need to count calories, too

Science coverage or our – wait for it – article in Science.  With

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Cheetahs and pumas may have hunting strategies down to a science

Another nice article on our recent Science paper.  This one in the LA

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Pumas Trained to Run on Treadmill Help Explain Big Cat’s Ambush Strategy

A nice article in National Geographic on our recent Science paper on puma

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Scientists highlight global importance of meat-eating mammals

Coverage in the Sentinel about our carnivore paper in Science today. Two UC


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