Dr. Monteith is the lead author of “Life History Characteristics of Mule Deer: Effects of Nutrition in a Variable Environment,” which won in the award’s monograph category.
The Monteith Shop’s WY Range Mule Deer Project was recently covered by both the Casper Star Tribune and Wyoming Public Media.
Recent graduate uses genetics to understand Wind River burbot population connectivity.
Anna Senecal, a former Master’s student in the Wyoming Coop Unit, recently published her research in Ecosphere.
Dr. Wayne Hubert and Dr. Frank Rahel were recently named inaugural fellows of the American Fisheries Society for their exceptional contributions to the field of fisheries. Many of the fisheries managers in the state of Wyoming were trained by Dr. Hubert and Dr. Rahel.
In a close collaboration across multiple agencies, researchers seek to understand the interactions among population density, nutrition, and disease in bighorn sheep.
The Wyoming Range Mule Deer Project, initiated in March 2013, aims to understand the key factors regulating growth of mule deer in western Wyoming.
Emerging Issues Forum: The science of big game migration is developing quickly and we are now gaining a better understanding… (Photo by Joe Riis)
Annika Walters was part of a team of researchers that developed a vulnerability index incorporating a stream ecosystem’s natural sensitivity…
Former Chalfoun lab member, Matthew Hethcoat, whose thesis focused on understanding mechanisms underlying decreased songbird nest survival with surrounding natural gas development was nominated and selected for the 2015 Outstanding Thesis Award from the University of Wyoming. Congrats Matt!