Thesis Titles

PhD Thesis Title: The Sundarbans Tiger: Adaptation, Population Status, and Conflict Management.
Year: 2009
MS Thesis Title: Monitoring Wild Tiger (Panthera Tigris) Populations: Lessons From a Long-Term Camera Trapping Study in Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): James L. David Smith
PhD Thesis Title: Ecological overlap of sympatric sun bears and Asiatic black bears in tropical forest, Thailand.
Year: 2009
MS Thesis Title: The Ecology of Gaur (Bos gaurus) and Banteng (B. javanicus) in Xe Pian Protected Area, Lao PDR and Collaborative Conservation and Monitoring of Wildlife in Protected Areas of Lao PDR.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): James L. David Smith
MS Thesis Title: Reproductive Success of Savannah Sparrows (Passerculus Sandwichensis) and Other Grassland Birds Nesiting in Rotationally- and Continuously-Grazed Cattle Pastures in Southeast Minnesota.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): Vernon B. Cardwell, John P. Loegering
MS Thesis Title: Effects of Estrogenic Compounds on Walleye, Sander Vitreus, Near the Metropolitan Sewage Treatment Plant, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): Ira R. Adelman
MS Thesis Title: Migration Stopover Sites Used by Great Lakes Piping Plovers.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): Francesca J. Cuthbert
MS Thesis Title: Smooth Brome (Bromus inermis) Invasions in Restored Prairies: Effects of Native Functional Group Composition and Richness, and Soil Disturbance.
Year: 2004
Advisor(s): Diane Larson, Nicholas Jordan
PhD Thesis Title: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Agricultural Sustainability in the Minnesota River Basin.
Year: 2010
MS Thesis Title: Conservation Through Co-Management: Evaluation of a Local Common Property Regime Within a National Park in Mexico.
Year: 2003
Advisor(s): Kristen Nelson
PhD Thesis Title: Ecological and Sociological Aspects of Human-Tiger Conflicts in Chitwan National Park, Nepal.
Year: 2008
MS Thesis Title: Mapping the Meta-Population Structure of Tigers Throughout Nepal By Establishing a Tiger Monitoring Network of "Village Rangers."
Year: 2003
Advisor(s): James L. David Smith
PhD Thesis Title: Origins and Diversification of New World Geckos.
Year: 2008
MS Thesis Title: Commercial Harvest of Painted Turtles in Minnesota.
Year: 2003
Advisor(s): Jeffrey Lang, Andrew Simons
MS Thesis Title: A Sensitivity Analysis and Application of LANDIS On the Nashwauk Uplands.
Year: 2003
Advisor(s): Lee E. Frelich, Anthony M. Starfield
MS Thesis Title: Double-Crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) Breeding Population Trends and Colony Site Selection in Northern Lakes Michigan and Huron During Recovery From Extirpation (1970-2001).
Year: 2003
Advisor(s): Francesca J. Cuthbert
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
MS Thesis Title: Subsistence Wildlife Hunting in a Multi-Use Forest of the Republic of Congo: Monitoring and Management for Sustainable Harvest.
Year: 2002
MS Thesis Title: Business or Pleasure: Factors Motivating Nothern Minnesota Non-Timber Forest Product Harvesters.
Year: 2002
Advisor(s): Kristen Nelson
MS Thesis Title: Beyond Pugmarks and Tiger Conservation Units: Where Can Tigers Survive in the Indian Subcontinent? Consequences of the Distribution of Forest and Protected Areas Across the Landscape.
Year: 2002
Advisor(s): James L. David Smith

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