Lab Members

Dr. Kenny Wallen is an Assistant Professor of Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife in the Department of Natural Resources and Society at the University of Idaho.  Dr. Wallen's position is in formal research partnership with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.  Dr. Wallen received a Ph.D. at Texas A&M University in the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources; M.S. at Oklahoma State University in Zoology; B.A. at Truman State University in Psychology.  

Principal Investigator  |  kwallen@uidaho.edu  |  @wallenk3

 KENNETH E. WALLEN

Mr. Taylor Linder is Master's student in the College of Forestry, Agriculture, and Natural Resources at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.  Taylor is an Iowa native, completing a B.S. at South Dakota State University in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences.  Taylor's thesis focuses on private land practices among rice producers to increase water quantity, improve nutrient management, and conserve wetland habitat for waterfowl.

M.Sc. student  |  University of Arkansas at Monticello

 TAYLOR LINDER

Mr. Jake Spears is Master's student in the College of Forestry, Agriculture, and Natural Resources at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.  Jake is a South Carolina native, completing a B.S. at Clemson University in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology.  Jake's thesis focuses on contemporary wildlife management issues specific to waterfowl management and greentree reservoirs (i.e., flooded bottomland hardwood forests).

M.Sc. student  |  University of Arkansas at Monticello

 JAKE SPEARS

 

Human Dimensions
 
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