Lise M. Aubry
The Aubry Lab: Population Ecology in a Changing World
My approach to science, which combines field and theoretical investigations, addresses vertebrate responses to environmental change. The three primary themes of my research include:
- Quantifying the impacts of climate change on the demography, ecology, and micro-evolution of wild populations;
- Isolating the demographic and physiological processes that mediate variation in individual responses to environmental change and how those scale up to affect populations and communities;
- Understanding and predicting how wild populations respond to management actions (e.g. harvest) and conservation practices.
I am always looking for outstanding and motivated students interested in vertebrate responses to environmental change. Whether you are interested in the management of harvested species, the conservation of endangered species, or a theoretical outlook on the evolution of life histories across the tree of life, the Aubry lab is the lab for you!
Jarod Raithel - PhD
Kari Norman - Undergraduate Research Quinney Fellow
Lucus Henzler - Undergraduate Research Fellow
NR 6580 - ONLINE Data ANalysis and Programming for Natural Resource Managers (Spring)
WILD 3810 - ONLINE Plant and Animal Populations (Spring)
WILD 4750 - ONLINE Monitoring and Assessment of Natural Resources (Fall)
WILD 6900 - ONLINE Ecology of Animal Populations