I’m Kelsey Vitense, a master’s student in the interdisciplinary Quantitative Ecology & Resource Management (QERM) program at the University of Washington. I am currently working with Aaron Wirsing and Jim Anderson on the effects of habitat fragmentation and generalist predation on population cycles. My broader research interests include multi-species modeling, spatial statistics, and Bayesian methods of inference. Prospective students may feel free to contact me about my experience in the program.
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University of Washington
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