USDA Forest Service
Reviewed the scientific basis for a challenge under the Data Quality Act of Schommer, T. J., and M. M. Woolever. 2008. Disease related conflicts between domestic sheep and goats and bighorn sheep. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-209.
Southwest Idaho National Forests
Provided the science background for development of a Wildlife Conservation Strategy for the Boise, Payette, and Sawtooth national forests.
National Wildlife Ecology Unit
Contributed to the development of the Wildlife Habitat Monitoring Technical Guide.
Pacific Northwest Region
Synthesized and summarized results of a questionnaire regarding the opinions and knowledge of Pacific Northwest Region Forest Service employees of management of National Forests to address climate change.
Contributed to the development and documentation of a process to assess the sustainability of wildlife species of conservation concern east of the Cascade Mountains in Washington and Oregon.
Brown bears and human use at the Russian River - developing monitoring strategies to evaluate the effectiveness of management actions on the Russian River.
Analysis of risk to sensitive habitats and wildlife species in Prince William Sound from increasing human use.
Correlation of the vegetation maps resulting from application of the Size-Density Model with habitat of select wildlife species on the Tongass National Forest.
Development of habitat quality index models for species of conservation concern on the Tongass National Forest incorporating new vegetation maps resulting from application of the Size-Density Model.
Summarization of relevant past and ongoing young-growth monitoring that pertains to wildlife on the Tongass National Forest.
Development of monitoring protocols following young growth treatments on the Tongass National Forest.
Development of protocols to monitor old-growth forest structural classes on the Tongass National Forest.
Evaluation and technical review of proposed approach to model habitat suitability for sensitive plants on the Tongass National Forest.
Evaluation and technical review of proposed approach to evaluate the integrity of the old-growth forest habitat conservation strategy on the Tongass National Forest.
USDI Fish and Wildlife Service - Anchorage Fish and Wildlife Field Office
Characterization of bald eagle habitat and population in the Bristol Bay watershed.
US Environmental Protection Agency
Evaluation of exposure-response relationships of bald eagles associated with the consequences of large-scale mining, and mining-related development.
HDR Alaska, Inc. & Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
Development of an information needs assessment and study plan to determine movement corridors for focal wildlife species on the Kenai Peninsula.
Habitat use and movement patterns of focal species on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
The Keystone Center - Keystone, Colorado
Participated in Keystone independent science panels on the potential development of the Pebble Mine in Alaska: baseline study review - large mammals.
Alaska Audubon and The Nature Conservancy
Participated in the Tongass Science Conference to discuss opportunities to integrate fundamental concepts of conservation biology into management strategies for conserving the biodiversity and ecological integrity of the Tongass National Forest.