Todd J. Brinkman - Graduate Students

Helen S. Cold
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Helen S. Cold

hscold@alaska.edu
Office: Murie Building

Research Interests:
Wildlife Ecology, Conservation Biology, Invasive Species Ecology, Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management. My graduate work involves attempting to define the biophysical characteristics and mechanisms of environmental disturbances influencing human access to ecosystem services in boreal Alaska.

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Tessa Hasbrouk
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Tessa Hasbrouk

trhasbrouck@alaska.edu

Major Professor:

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Scott Leorna
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Scott Leorna

sleorna@alaska.edu
sites.google.com/a/alaska.edu/todd-j-brinkman/
Office: 323 Murie Building

Research Interests:
My interdisciplinary research focuses on advancing knowledge on the distribution and movement of North Slope caribou. Currently, I'm working on a citizen science caribou project that engages hunting guides/transporters, wildlife viewing companies, other researchers, and the public, and integrates their field experience and knowledge into assessments of Central Arctic Caribou behavior and distribution. We intend to use information gathered through this project and data collected from caribou with GPS collars to assess caribou distribution in areas readily accessible to hunters during the hunting season. I’m particularly interested in providing opportunities for the public to participate and engage in wildlife research.

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Jon Martin
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Jon Martin

jon.martin@uas.alaska.edu

Research Interests:
Systematics, migration, distribution, and disease in the order Chiroptera of SE AK

Major Professor:

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Nils Pedersen
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Nils Pedersen

njpedersen@alaska.edu

Major Professor:

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Taylor Stinchcomb
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Taylor Stinchcomb

trstinchcomb@alaska.edu

Major Professor:

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