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Karen M. Tenaglia

Ph.D. Student

Department of Biological Sciences &

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

(co-advisor: Dr. Todd Steury)

Auburn University,  Auburn, AL 36849

tenagkm[at]auburn[dot]edu

Tel: (334) 844-8101

  2004

Department of Biology, Northern Michigan University, M.S., Thesis: "Landscape analysis of avian community structure and effects of point count duration on avian detection in Northern Michigan"

  2001

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, B.S. Wildlife (major) & Biology (major).

 

Introgression and maintenance of stable hybrid zones with emphasis on Red Wolves and Coyotes. Other research interests include population, landscape, and conservation genetics as well as landscape ecology.

  2006-2009

Graduate Student Representative; Biological Sciences Graduate Studies Committee.

  2008

Instructor of Record; Organismal Biology, Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University.

  2006-2008

Secretary; Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association.

  2005

"Social organization and genetic relatedness of Alabama beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates) from multiple capture data." - American Society of Mammalogists 85th Annual Meeting, Springfield, Missouri.

  2004

"Landscape analysis of avian community structure in harvested and unharvested forests in northern Michigan." - 3rd Annual Western Great Lakes Research Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  2003

"Landscape analysis of avian community structure in harvested and unharvested forests in northern Michigan." - 85th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.

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Tenaglia, K.M., J.L. Van Zant, and M.C. Wooten. 2007. Genetic relatedness and spatial associations of jointly captured Alabama beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates). Journal of Mammalogy 88:580-588. Request Reprint


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