Jessica Young, Ph.D., works with conservation biology and reducing human-wildlife conflict with students in both the Master in Environmental Management and Master in Science in Ecology programs. Her current publications include:
“Characterizing range-wide divergence in an alpine-endemic bird: a comparison of genetic and genomic approaches” (2018)
Animal Behavior: In “Research and Management Techniques for Wildlife and Habitat” Ed. Nova Silvey 8th ed. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda MD. In press.