Heather Rustigian-Romsos, M.A., M.S.

Senior Wildlife Spatial Analyst
Phone
541-368-5803
Email
CV

Heather joined CBI in August 2003. She is a landscape ecologist/GIS specialist whose work has focused on predicting effects of land management and landscape change on vertebrates with spatially explicit habitat, population, and connectivity models. She has over 10 years of experience in applied ecological GIS analysis and modeling.  Heather graduated from Middlebury College with a B.A. in environmental studies, and received master’s degrees in biology from William Paterson University and geography from Oregon State University. Her recent work at CBI has focused on the conservation of fishers, martens, and other carnivores in the Sierra Nevada.

Projects

Colorado Plateau - REA
Rapid Ecological Assessment in the Colorado Plateau, for the BLM
BLM Rapid Ecological Assessment (REA), Sonoran Desert
Working as a subcontractor to Dynamac Corporation, the Conservation Biology Institute provided the scientific leadership and technical support for two BLM Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REAs).  The Sonoran Desert ecoregion was completed in the spring ...
Maps and Models for West Coast Fisher
Tools to support an interagency fisher biology team in developing and implementing a conservation strategy for the west coast fisher distinct population segment

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