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Kendall Calhoun, Postdoctoral Researcher

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at UC Davis (Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology) and UCLA (Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology). My research examines how ecological disturbances influence wildlife community assemblages and resilience. Building ecosystem resilience is an essential conservation strategy amidst ongoing global change. My work also seeks to understand the potential consequences of climate change and disturbances in altering dynamics of human-wildlife conflict. I aim for my work to inform future research and management decisions to create more resilient ecosystems into the future. 

Impacts of climatic disturbances on wildlife species assemblages and species interactions

Wildlife behavioral responses and adaptive capacity following climate disturbances

Biodiversity Monitoring Networks and Conservation 

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