me with knut schmidt-nielsen and his famous camel. duke univ, durham, nc, usa

My research interests range from primary, field-based animal ecology research to synthesis of different and disparate information to provide holistic perspectives for conservation prioritization.

My primary study subjects over the years have been endangered species, specifically marine megafauna such as sea turtles. But I’ve also worked on other species and systems, from to the Eastern Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico to the Mojave Desert, and several stops in between.

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Check the links below to find out more about my research in the following areas:

fisheries management
conservation priority-setting
oil spill effects
animal behavior in the wild


foraging ecology
field research is always rewarding, but can have its hazards… (c) Bryan Wallace

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