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Principal Investigator

Jeff Manning

 

Jeff was appointed as a new assistant professor in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences and WSU’s School of the Environment in January 2019, and is the principal investigator leading the WSU Quantitative Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Lab. … Click on Jeff’s link to learn more. 

Graduate Students

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Former Students

Graduate Student Chair

Graduate Student Committee Member

Kyle Ebenhoch. M.S., 2015-2017. Natural Resource Science, School of the Environment, Washington State University, Pullman. Comparing population vital rates of translocated and resident greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) on the Yakima Training Center (YTC), Yakima, WA. Advisor: Dan Thornton.

Charles Steven Borrego, M.S., 2014-2015. Natural Resource Science, School of the Environment, Washington State University, Pullman. Differential effects of habitat on the occupancy of jaguar, puma, and sympatric carnivores in Sonora, Mexico. Advisor: Rob Wielgus.

Undergraduate Student Mentor

Shayleh Shamrock, 2018-2019. Home range sizes of mule deer across a gradient of human development (WSU Undergraduate Research Internship Co-Mentor with Caren Goldberg).

Matthew Jasper, 2017. Initial steps towards predicting environmental drivers of deer-vehicle collisions along SR20 in the Methow Valley, Washington (WSU Undergraduate Research Internship Mentor).

Julia Dalquist, 2016. Trail camera photo processing for wildlife in Little Pend Orielle National Wildlife Refuge and literature review of reptile dietary needs in Baja California, Mexico (WSU College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Ignite Mentor)