WHAPA Lab
presents

Quite possibly the most famous graduate students in the world.
Maybe.

Current Students

Christine Proctor
co-advised with Dr Mike Vaughan and Dr Dean Stauffer

Red Wolf Movement and Habitat Use in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge

Anne Hilborn

Cheetahs, corn chips, cheeze doodles, and frogs. Because we love frogs.

Erin Poor
jointly with the GeoSpatial Programme

Sumatran Tigers, their kittens, and warm bowls of milk. No, that's not a typo.

Bernardo Mesa

Bears. Fluffy Bears. Soft, cuddly, cute-as-buttons Bears. And hugs.

Ben Augustine

Math. Data. Formulas. Models. Gigantic, World-Conquering Brains.

Chris Satter

Cats. Kitties. Kittens. Mittens. He's Our Kind of Guy.

Chris Rowe

Pumas. Bars. Umbrellas. Stand back.

Robert Alonso

Deers, Bears, Coyotes, and a crate of Acme® TNT

David McNitt

Bobcats and Deers: The Ideal Appalachian Dinner Guests


Former Students

Lindsey Rich

Botswana, leopards, dry air, and some dust, if you can believe that one.

Dana Morin, 2015

Spatial Ecology and Demography of Eastern Coyotes in Western Virginia

Asia Murphy, 2015
co-advised with Dr Sarah Karpanty

Madagascar, fosa, tins of tuna, and damp sleeping bags.

Zack Farris, 2014
co-advised with Dr Sarah Karpanty

Impacts of Fragmentation on the Malagasy Carnivore Community

Kanchan Thapa, 2014

Tiger Conservation in the Terai Arc Landscape, Nepal

David Montague, 2014

Diet and Feeding Ecology of the Coyote in Western Virginia

Mamadou Daha Kane, 2014

Senegal, kittens, trees, and swimming pools.

Bernardo Mesa, 2014

Assessment of Anthropogenic Impacts Trough Non-Invasive Glucocorticoid Measurements on Belizean Jaguar (Panthera onca goldmani) Populations

Claudia Wultsch, 2013
co-advised with Dr Mike Vaughan

Non-Invasive tracking of jaguars (Panthera onca) and co-occurring feline species in Belize by genotyping feces and remote camera trapping

Mike St Germain, 2012

Bat Habitat Ecology Using Remote Acoustical Detectors at the Army National Guard Manoeuvre Training Center--Fort Pickett, Blackstone, Virginia.

Sunarto, 2011
co-advised with Dr Mike Vaughan

Ecology of Tigers and Their Prey in Riau, Sumatra

Catherine Tredick, 2011
co-advised with Dr Mike Vaughan

Ecology of black bears in Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona: Managing bear-human conflict in a changing environment

Miranda Davis, 2009

Co-Varying Predator Densities and Mesopredator Release of the Ocelot across Five Study Sites in Belize

Greg Batts, 2008
co-advised with Dr Mike Vaughan

An assessment of Quality Deer Management on a Private Hunt Club in the Virginia Piedmont

Jeff Kaminski (1971--2004), 2006

Disturbance Effects on Small Mammal Communities in a Managed Appalachian Forest

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