Research Interests:My most broad research interests lie in conservation ecology. More specifically, I am interested in carnivore ecology, predator-prey dynamics, mitigating the effects of activities related to large-scale resource extraction activities on wildlife populations, in addition to population dynamics and habitat use patterns of endangered species. Most of my professional development is terrestrial based with a focus on wolves, and more recently, woodland caribou in Canada. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to apply my skill set to marine mammal and sea turtle research and conservation as the newest member of the Science, Implementation, Planning and Policy program!
- 2002, BSc, Animal Science (minor in wildlife biology) – University of Vermont
- 2012, MSc, Natural Resources & Environmental Studies (Biology) – University of Northern British Columbia
- Ehlers, E.P.W. 2012. Impacts of industrial developments on the distribution and movement ecology of wolves (Canis lupus) and woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in the South Peace region of British Columbia. MSc Thesis. University of Northern British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada.
- Smith, D. W., Stahler, D. R., Guernsey, D. S., Metz, M., Albers, E., Williamson, L., Legere, N., Almberg, E., and Richard McIntyre. 2007. The Yellowstone Wolf Project - Annual Report.