RESEARCH

Inquiry at the Intersection of Wilderness and Human Civilization

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The California Condor

 

Buffalo Restoration on Tribal Lands

 

Wild Foods and West Virginia Foodways

 

Rural Rajasthan, India

 

Publications

Hall, J.C., Gum, H., and Pietkoski, K. (2020). Wild alternatives: accounting for and rethinking the relationship between wild game and food security in Appalachian food systems. Applied Geography. https:/doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2020.102329

Hall, J.C., Braham, M.A., Nolan, L.A., Conley, J., Brandt, J., Mendenhall, L., Lanzone, M., McGann, A., and Katzner, T.E. (2019). Spatio-temporal dynamics of ground foraging ecology of California condors (Gymnogyps californianus) in the human-dominated landscape of Southern California. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131(3).

Poessel, S.A., Duerr, A.E., Hall, J.C., Braham, M.A., and Katzner, T.E. (2018). Improving estimation of flight altitude in wildlife telemetry studies. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13135

Hall, J.C., Chhangani, A.K., and Warner, T.A. (2015) Spatial characteristics of nest sites of critically endangered Indian vultures (Gyps indicus) in Rajasthan, India. Indian Forester 141(10): 1079-1083.

Hall, J.C. and Chhangani, A.K. (2015) Cultural tradition and wildlife conservation in the human-dominated landscape of rural Western Rajasthan, India. Indian Forester 141(10): 1011-1019.

Presentations (2020)

Wildlife Geography in the Anthropocene. Rutgers University Colloquium, New Brunswick, NJ

Conservation Geography in the Anthropocene. Utah State University Ecology Center Seminar Series, Logan, UT

California Condor Movement Ecology. Utah State University Ecology Center Seminar Series, Logan, UT

Collaborators

The Katzner Lab Group

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Foundation

Lost Creek Farm

Dr. Anil K. Chhangani, Maharaja Ganga Singh University

Our Funders

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

National Geographic

West Virginia University