Area of Expertise
- Avian Ecology
- B.A., Environmental Studies and Conservation Biology, Middlebury College, 2016
My work focuses on understanding how Dunlin move in relation to environmental factors while on their breeding grounds near Utqiagvik, AK using high-frequency GPS data. I am also interested in understanding how human researchers influence their study species or environments. Specifically, I applied GPS collars to Arctic Fox, the main predator of shorebird nests, in an effort to better understand how our long-term shorebird nest monitoring methods influence predator movements during the breeding season.