Ross Hinderer

2021-04-10T01:01:39+00:00

Ross Hinderer Project Partner Ross Hinderer grew up in rural Ohio and moved west to pursue work as a biological technician on various projects across the Western U.S. and abroad. He’s studied reptiles, amphibians, birds, plants and mammals in places from Oregon, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Antarctica, and Montana. Ross’s interests

Donal O’Leary

2021-04-10T01:02:01+00:00

Donal O’Leary Project Partner Donal O’Leary studies remote sensing of natural resources, computer automation of geoprocessing tasks, and modeling of ecosystem dynamics. Donal is collaborating with NRCC Research Associates Corinna Riginos and Trevor Bloom to better understand how climate variability drives plant phenology, and the cascading ecological effects that ensue. He

Carl Brown

2021-04-10T01:02:39+00:00

Carl Brown Project Partner Carl Brown is a Master’s student conducting research on Black Rosy-Finches within the University of Wyoming’s Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, Chalfoun Lab, Department of Zoology and Physiology. Black Rosy-Finches are one of North America’s highest elevation breeders for which breeding habitat is especially vulnerable to

Andrew Ray

2021-04-10T01:03:06+00:00

Andrew Ray Project Partner Andrew Ray is an Ecologist with the National Park Service. His work supports long-term amphibian and wetland monitoring in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and water quality monitoring throughout the region. His interest is in exploring how we can better integrate regional agency, NGO, and university

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