April 27, 2017

Mark Seamans

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Ph.D. Wildlife Conservation, University of Minnesota, 2005.

M.S. Wildlife Biology, Humboldt State University, 1994.

B.S. Biology, California State University Sacramento, 1989.

Research Interests

I am interested in the mechanisms limiting and regulating wildlife populations as well as the active management of their habitats. I have been studying or working in the field of wildlife management since 1988. I have worked with management agencies, consultants, researchers, and in academia. I have developed an appreciation for the fundamentals of each area and how they can interact to better conserve wildlife resources. My current research focuses on modeling temporal and spatial dynamics of spotted owl populations in relation to climate, habitat, and habitat change.


E-mail: mark_seamans@fws.gov