Aubry Lab Population Ecology in a Changing World

Quantitative Ecology


Lise Aubry, PI, Assistant Professor 
Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at CSU

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2017Present  Assistant Professor, Colorado State University

20152017      Assistant Professor, Utah State University

20122015      Research Assistant Professor, Utah State University 

20132014      Visiting Scholar, CNRS CEFE, France
2013 – 2014      NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Utah State University 

2011 – 2012      Berryman Postdoctoral Fellow, Berryman Institute

2009                  PhD Universite Toulouse III & Max Planck Institute for Demography

 


Caylee Falvo, MS student


Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at CSU

Graduate Degree Program in Ecology
Email: [email protected]


Research: Climate-driven variability in the phenology, physiology and demography of a hibernating species, the Uinta ground squirrel


Support: USU graduate fellowship, USU Ecology Center, CSU graduate research fellowship, Audubon Apacheria Fellowship



Shelley Spear, PhD student


Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at CSU

Graduate Degree Program in Ecology

Email: [email protected]

Research: Spatio-temporal dynamics of human-black bear conflicts

Support: CSU graduate research fellowship


Annalisa Crow, Undergraduate technician


Annalisa is part of the field crew that helps Caylee collect phenological, demographic, physiological and genetic information on Uinta ground squirrels at different elevations representative of different climate niches.


Support: USU 

Alumni


Jarod Raithel, PhD  


Department of Wildland Resources and the Ecology Center at USU

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: http://beartrust.org/jarod-raithel


Research: Integrating black bear behavior, spatial ecology, and population dynamics along an anthropogenic gradient: Implications for human-black bear conflicts


Support: USU presidential fellowship, Bear Trust International, New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife


Current position: Assistant Professor, Estrella Mountain Community College, AZ


Kari Norman, Undergraduate Quinney Fellow


Research: A hibernator’s response to climate change: ecological drivers of persistence in the Uinta ground squirrel.


Support: URCO (Undergraduate Research Creative Opportunity), 

National Geographic Explorer grant (to PI, Lise Aubry)


Current position: Kari moved to Berkeley to start a PhD position in the Boettiger Lab supported by an NSF graduate fellowship.



Lucas Henzler, Undergraduate Research Fellow


Lucas helps collect phenological, demographic, physiological and genetic information on Uinta ground squirrels at three different elevations representative of three different climate niches. His contribution eventually evolved into an undergraduate research project where Lucas .... 


Location: Logan Canyon, UT


Support: USU-URCO (Undergraduate Research Creative Opportunity) recipient