Mark C. Myers

PhD Thesis Title

Endangered Wildlife Conservation in the Neotropics: Lessons and Strategies from Costa Rica.

Year: 
2005

MS Thesis Title

Baird's Tapir (Tapirus Bairdii) Conservation in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica: Lessons from the Natural and Policymaking Environments.

Year: 
2002

Current position

Associate Professor, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA

Current job description

I teach Ecology, Conservation Biology, and Wildlife Ecology and Management and work closely with students in UNI's Professional Science Master's Program in Ecosystem Management. I have two active lines of research: one looking at widlife colonization and use of biomass energy prairie plantings in Black Hawk County, Iowa and another monitoring trends in marine fish populations in Costa Rican protected areas.