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.
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