Justin recently joined the CBI team in October of 2015. He has a B.S. in Wildlife Conservation and Management with a minor in Geospatial Sciences from Humboldt State University. His background is in small mammal ecology. Prior to joining CBI his work has been in the field studying small mammals and analyzing habitat characteristics. At CBI, Justin is a GIS technician helping on a variety of projects. His interests lie in the spatial ecology of wildlife and how anthropogenic forces manipulate space use and movement patterns of mammals, both large and small. In his free time he enjoys hiking and exploring the natural world.
CBI is collaborating with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Farm Service Agency to produce an online application depicting ecological and economic features across Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands in Mississippi.
CBI is collaborating with the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest and the Klamath National Forest in their effort to conserve the Alaska yellow Cedar in its southern range where it faces extreme extinction risk due to climate change.
The Department of Defense, United States Navy recently awarded CBI a rare plant monitoring project and subsequent cooperative agreement to monitor rare plant species located on Naval Base’s Point Loma and Coronado, California in 2019.
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