Friday, September 4, 2015

New students in the lab

Lauren Jonaitis is new to the lab and currently trying to develop her research topic. However, she has done independent research in Namibia, Africa on human-carnivore conflicts.
Also, as apart of her undergraduate career at the State University of New York at Oswego, she studied the influence of wetland configuration on anuran road mortality. This was done to better understand how roadways affect anuran populations. At Bowling Green State University she hopes contribute to research involving mammals.

Jennifer Hollen is from Michigan and received her undergrad degree from Michigan State University. Some of the species she has worked with in the past include cerulean warblers, bats, and deer.  She was a cerulean warbler seasonal surveyor for the Michigan Audubon. As a Forest Service biological technician she studied bat roosting sites in Monogahela National Forest. While working as a research technician in MSU's Quantitative Wildlife lab she used genetics to evaluate urban deer social structure. 

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