Daniel Esler, Ph.D.

Wildlife ecology and conservation, nearshore marine systems, population biology and demography, population structure and delineation, habitat associations, foraging and trophic interactions, energetics, ecotoxicology.

Biography

Education

Ph.D.     2000     Oregon State University     Wildlife Science
M.S.      1988     Texas A&M University        Wildlife Ecology
B.S.       1985     Northland College              Biology/Outdoor Education

Professional Experience

2013 - Present    Research Wildlife Biologist,        USGS Alaska Science Center
2001 - 2013        Research Scientist,                    Centre for Wildlife Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Delta, British Columbia
1990 - 2001        Research Wildlife Biologist,        USGS/US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Biological Science Center/Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1989 - 1990        Biological Technician,                 US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1989                    Wildlife Technician,                     Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission, Okeechobee, Florida

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

Adjunct Professor – Simon Fraser University
Board of Directors – Pacific Wildlife Foundation
The Wildlife Society
Pacific Seabird Group