Gregor Auble, Ph.D.

Biography

Gregor Auble is a Research Ecologist at the Fort Collins Science Center in northern Colorado. Greg obtained a Ph.D in Ecology at the University of Georgia in 1982 and holds professional certifications of Senior Ecologist from the Ecological Society of America and Professional Wetland Scientist from the Society of Wetlands Scientists. Greg's work has spanned ecological modeling in the context of adaptive management, mineral cycling, southeastern wetlands, and riparian ecosystems. For the last 20 years his work has focused on responses of western riparian vegetation to flow alteration, channel modification, and herbivory. His studies have encompassed both formal models projecting likely future vegetation and long-term field studies at sites including the upper Missouri, Gunnison, upper Green, Judith, and Illinois Rivers.

Education

  • Ph.D. Ecology, University of Georgia, 1982
  • B.A. Biology (Honors), Indiana University, 1973

Professional Experience

  • 2002-present, Research Ecologist, Fort Collins Science Center (Midcontinent Ecological Science Center), U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 2002, Supervisory Physical Scientist, Midcontinent Ecological Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1996-2001, Operations research analyst (ecological management), National Ecology Research Center, U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1993-1996, Operations research analyst (ecological management), Midcontinent Ecological Science Center (National Ecology Research Center), National Biological Service (Survey), Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1984-1993, Operations research analyst (ecological management), National Ecology Research Center, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1982-1984, Systems ecologist, Western Energy and Land Use Team, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (IPA appointment), Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1979-1981, Research project manager, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 1973-1979: Graduate assistantships, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia