Gitzen, Robert

Robert Gitzen, Assistant Professor

SFWS 2333 | (334) 844-1051 | rag0012@auburn.edu
BS, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities Fisheries and Wildlife; MS, University of Washington, Wildlife Science; PhD, University of Washington, Wildlife Science
Teaching Responsibilities: Problem Solving in Wildlife Sciences; Landscape Ecology.
Research Interests: Wildlife population and habitat conservation and management; wildlife study design and analysis.
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Belant, J. L., J. J. Millspaugh, J. A. Martin, and R. A. Gitzen.2012Letter: Multi-dimensional space use: the final frontier.Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10:11-12.
Bodinof, C. M., J. T. Briggler, R. E. Junge, J. Beringer, M. D. Wanners, C. D. Schuette, J. Ettling, R. A. Gitzen, and J. J. Millspaugh.2012Multi-scale evaluation of captive-reared Ozark hellbender movements following translocation to the wild.Herpetologica 68:170–173.
D. S. Licht, R. A. Moen, D. P. Brown, M. C. Romanski, and R. A. Gitzen. 2015The Canada lynx of Isle Royale: Over-harvest, climate change, and the extirpation of an island population. Canadian Field-Naturalist 129:139-151.
Gitzen, R. A., J. L. Belant, J. J. Millspaugh, S. T. Wong, A. J. Hearn, and J. Ross. 2013Effective use of radio telemetry for studying tropical carnivores.Raffles Bulletin of Zoology Supplement 28:67–83.
Richardson, K. A., S. D. West, and R. A. Gitzen. 2013Cheat grass (Bromus tectorum) dominates cheek pouch contents of the Great Basin pocket mouse (Perognathus parvus).Western North American Naturalist 73:158–167.
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