My hotspot analysis work was featured in Great Lakes Echo, a publication focusing on the environment of the Great Lakes region. Read it here: Identifying waterbird hotspots in the Great Lakes is important for bird survival.
MSU Today (Environment + Science & Technology) released a story covering my work on hotspot identification in the Great Lakes: Conservation or construction? Deciding waterbird hotspots!
My work on waterbirds in the Great Lakes was featured at the MSU Museum in an exhibit (July 2017 - June 2018) highlighting Michigan bird conservation: Michigan Bird Conservation Stories: Pigeons Past to Plovers Present. The exhibit overlapped with the 2017 Joint AOS/SCO Meeting in East Lansing, MI.
My graduate study work, A Comparative Analysis of Common Methods to Identify Waterbird Hotspots, is now available through Methods in Ecology and Evolution! See the blog post here.
A Special Feature in Ecology on data integration for population models was recently organized by Elise Zipkin, Brian Inouye, and Steve Beissinger. This special feature includes my co-authored publication Disentangling Data Discrepancies with Integrated Population Models, highlighting the American Woodcock as a case study.
Last updated March 2022.