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William Beatty

Past Fellow
University of Missouri Columbia

Research Interests

 

Bill’s research addresses contemporary issues in applied wildlife ecology with a unified goal of elucidating the effects of spatial and temporal resource heterogeneity on wildlife populations.  He is currently developing an agent-based model to examine effects of alternative management and climate scenarios on waterfowl populations in the mid-continent region.

After serving as a NE CASC Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Bill went to the USGS Alaska Science Center in Anchorage.

Education

M.S.: Biological Sciences, Eastern Illinois University, 2008.
B.S.: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2005.
Ph.D.: Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, 2012.

Affiliations

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
University of Missouri-Columbia