Nicholas Cole is a social scientist at the Fort Collins Science Center whose research interests include quantifying dynamics between human, fish, and wildlife populations to inform policy and management decisions.
Nicholas Cole graduated from the University of Missouri with a B.S. degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences in 2009, received his M.S. degree from University of Florida in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences in 2014, and completed his Ph.D. in Natural Resource Sciences at the University of Nebraska in 2018. Nicholas is currently a social scientist in the Social and Economic Analysis Branch of U.S. Geological Survey. Nicholas’s research interests lie in quantifying the complex dynamics between human, fish, and wildlife populations to inform effective policy and management decisions.