PhD, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California, Berkeley
Biology, Urban Ecology, Wildlife Biology
Professor Jordan's research and teaching are motivated by a desire to use the tools of wildlife biology and conservation genetics to restore degraded landscapes. He and his students use a mix of field, molecular, and quantitative methods to help conservation organizations and resource managers address critical conservation questions. His current research includes noninvasive monitoring of carnivore populations and an analysis of genetic connectivity of fishers in Vermont.
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