David Douglas

Satellite remote sensing of landscape features that possess high-frequency dynamics, such as sea ice distribution and vegetation phenology, and spatial analyses of how wildlife migrations are influenced by habitat and weather dynamics.


Education and/or Training

M.S.  1986   Washington State University, Pullman, WA    Wildlife Biology
B.A.   1982   Utah State University, Logan, UT                  Biology

Professional Experience

1986 - Present   Research Wildlife Biologist      USGS Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1985 - 1986      Biological Technician               Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Fairbanks, Alaska
1980 - 1984      Biological Technician               US Forest Service, Region 4, Ogden, Utah

Professional Activities

American Geophysical Union (AGU)