Working at the interface of freshwater ecology and conservation biology to understand How Species Respond to global change.
Wildlife Behavior in A Changing World
Resource selection refers to the decision making process that animals use to choose prey, establish a home range, and move through their environment. Understanding resource selection patterns helps us identify the conditions necessary for a species to thrive.
Individual-level variation in physiology, movement, and reproductive success can highlight the proximate mechanisms affecting population growth, community composition, and ultimately ecosystem function.