Prof. Rem Moll
Wild Neighbors: What happens when humans and wildlife mix.
Rem will discuss how wildlife adapt to urbanization, how humans and wildlife can coexist across landscapes, and some of our research on wildlife-vehicle collisions and predator-prey interactions in and around cities.
Joshua is a Ph.D. candidate from the University of New Hampshire in the Rowe Lab. His research focuses on investigating how beech mast, forest structure, and weather patterns influence the long-term population trends and community structure of small mammals in the White Mountain National Forest.
Photo credit: Tim Briggs, NH Sea Grant
Kelsey Meyer is a Ph.D. candidate from the University of New Hampshire, as part of Dr. Bonnie Brown's Ecogenetics Lab. She is studying the impacts of green crabs on wild and farmed oyster populations in Great Bay Estuary.