Michael L. Morrison, Ph.D.

Consulting in the Public Interest

Background of Michael L. Morrison, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D. (wildlife science) Oregon State University

Biostatistics and Environmental Impact Assessment

Expert in analysis of ecological data, including advanced univariate and multivariate statistics; study design for environmental impacts; assessment of environmental impacts (e.g., transmission corridors, endangered species, pollution and poisons, pest management, livestock).

Wildlife ecology

Expert in design of studies for inventory and monitoring of all terrestrial vertebrates and assessing impacts on them, especially amphibians and reptiles, birds, and small mammals including bats); development of animal-habitat relationships, including sampling of environmental parameters in all vegetation types; study of threatened and endangered species (all vertebrate groups), including development of recovery/management plans; development of restoration plans for wildlife habitat.

Books:

Monographs:

Avian ecology

Expert in study of bird behavior; study of neotropical migrant birds; impacts of native and exotic species on sensitive populations (e.g., effects of cowbirds); raptor ecology.

Honors

Former Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Wildlife Management and several monographs; Elected Fellow of the American Ornithologists' Union; Former President, Western Section of The Wildlife Society; Former Secretary and Board member of the Cooper Ornithological Society.



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