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Nathan Hostetter

Assistant Professor

Assistant Unit Leader – NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research


PhD, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, NC State University (2016)

Research Interests

Population ecology, quantitative ecology, demographic modeling, endangered species research.

My research integrates movement, population, and landscape ecology to study how environmental processes and anthropogenic stressors affect population dynamics. I link research to decision making by combining field studies, ecological theory, and robust statistical and mathematical modeling methods to directly quantify processes critical to informing management decisions. Given these broad applications, work within my lab spans a range of game and nongame species across terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems (mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles).


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