Jill joined the NEARMI research team in 2016 with a background in field biology.
She completed her MS degree in 2018 at the University of Massachusetts where she focused on spatial ecology of terrestrial salamanders and mark-recapture research methods. Jill is especially interested in the relationships of amphibian populations to their broader ecosystems and their utility a natural resource management tool. Her role in NEARMI includes the collection of data in the field, coordination with partners, data management and analysis, and research reporting.
- MS, 2018, University of Massachusetts, Environmental Conservation
- BS, 2014, University of New Hampshire, Wildlife and Conservation Biology