Wildlife and Wildlands Conservation and Geographic Information Systems
GIS, Programming, Sage Grouse, Cementum Analysis
Scott began working in the lab in October of 2013. He chose this field because he enjoys the outdoors and figuring out how the natural world works. He also enjoys computers and how that information can be used with wildlife management. Following graduation, Scott plans to continue to improve his knowledge and experience relating to wildlife habitat and behavior while using GIS to improve human-wildlife interactions. Scott enjoys hiking, fishing, programming, and backpacking and his favorite animal is a maned wolf.