Kristina A. Ernest, Science Building, Room 236E
Ph. D. University of New Mexico (Biology), 1993.
M.S. University of Oklahoma (Zoology), 1985.
General Biology, General Ecology, Mammalogy, Wildlife & Fisheries Ecology, Conservation Biology, Community Ecology, Field Techniques, Graduate Seminar.
Population and community ecology. I am particularly interested in community structure, plant-herbivore interactions, and tropical biology. Current research focuses on pikas (Ochotona princeps)). My lab is investigating ecological connectivity of pika populations in the central Washington Cascades across Interstate 90.
NATURAL SCIENCE SEMINAR "Breaking Ground: Mixing Bioarchaeology with Forensic Anthropology" &NATURAL SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Behavior From Bones: Using Signs Of Injury And Illness To Understand The Lives Of Extinct Mammals"
Please join us this Friday, February 10th from 4:00-5:00pm in Science 147, for our next Natural Scie"The Creation Of A Marine Park: Twenty Years Of Research On The Intertidal Mudflats Of Northwestern Australia"
Natural Science Seminar, "The Creation of a Marine Park: Twenty Years of Research on the Intertidal