Assistant Unit Leader - Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Dr. Fulton completed a PhD in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at Colorado State University. He joined the Minnesota Coop Unit in October 1998 and has worked closely with state and federal wildlife management agencies in conducting applied social science research to address management concerns.
- Applying social psychological concepts and theory to better understand issues in natural resources management.
- Understanding how values and attitudes influence behavior.
- Social science theory and methods applied to natural resource management issues.
- Land use planning.
Education and Certifications
Ph D Colorado State University 1997
MS Washington State University 1992
BS Texas A&M University 1987