Erin Boydston

Biography

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Behavior of carnivores and social mammals
  • Effects of land-use and human activities on carnivores
  • GIS and remote sensing applications to conservation of mammals
  • Wildlife-human conflicts

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Zoology/Ecology, Michigan State Univeristy 2001
  • B.S., Zoology, Duke University 1991

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Research Ecologist, USGS BRD Western Ecological Resesarch Center, Present

PEER-REVIEWED TECHNICAL REPORTS

Boydston, E. E. 2005. Behavior, ecology, and detection surveys of mammalian carnivores in the Presidio. Final Report. U. S. Geological Survey, Sacramento, CA. 80 pp.