I received my B.S. degree in Natural Resource Sciences from Washington State University in 2013. My major as an undergraduate was wildlife ecology and while attending school at WSU I worked for the wild ungulate research facility with mule deer and black-tailed deer. At Eastern Washington University my thesis research is focused on vegetation response to dam removal along the Elwha River, more specifically I will be looking at the primary vegetative succession within the impoundments of the Glines Canyon and Elwha Dams. For future studies I would like to integrate my diverse ecological interest by examining how vegetation composition and structure of various habitats affect wildlife distribution and habitat use.
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