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Wayne E. Thogmartin
My career and research interests include advancing a dynamic body of research in landscape and habitat ecology for animals declining in abundance, asking new questions of multiple, combined data sets to gain novel insight into the dynamics of animal populations over space and time, and continuing to publish in peer-reviewed journals, translating science into guidance for practical, applicable management decisions. I am particularly interested in wildlife ecology, population biology of rare species, and population dynamics of birds. I participate on a number of committees and working groups such as the International Scientific Committee of Partners in Flight, USFWS Upper Mississippi River / Great Lakes Region All-bird Joint Venture Technical Committee, and a number of avian conservation working groups relating to rare and imperiled species (e.g., Cerulean Warbler, Golden-winged Warbler, Henslow's Sparrow).
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