Richard Chandler, Assistant Professor, Wildlife Ecology and Management
Our lab studies the effects of land use change, agricultural practices, and forest management on population dynamics. We rely heavily on theory from spatial ecology and tools such as hierarchical models to understand how these processes affect population viability. A central aim of our work is provide reliable information to support science-based conservation efforts.
Primary Organization: University of Georgia
Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources
Office Phone: 706-542-5815
Web Page: http://chandlerlab.uga.edu/
CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)
Theses and Dissertations
Chitwood, R.W., R.B. Chandler, R.J. Cooper, J.L. Martin, and T.S. Sillett. 17 Nov 2017. Demographic drivers of black-throated blue warbler population dynamics at the trailing edge and core of the species’ range. Master’s Thesis.
Conference Posters and Presentations
Chitwood, R.W., R.B. Chandler, J.L. Hatt, M.H. Cline, K.W. Stodola, and R.J. Cooper. 10 Feb 2017. Modeling survival and recruitment of Black-throated Blue Warbler (Setophaga caerulescens) populations at warm-edge range margins. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Graduate Student Symposium, Athens, GA.
Cooper, R. J., R. W. Chitwood, R.W., R.B. Chandler, J.L. Hatt, M.H. Cline, and K.W. Stodola. 3 August 2017. Explaining population declines in cool-adapted species in the Southern Appalachians: more questions than answers. Annual Meeting of the American Ornithological Society and Society for Canadian Ornithologists. East Lansing, MI.