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Stephanie K. Irvin

Ph.D. Student

Department of Biological Sciences

Auburn University,  Auburn, AL 36849

ski0003[at]auburn[dot]edu

Tel: (334) 844-9280

  2011

Wildlife Science, Auburn University, M.S., Thesis: "Evaluation of reproductive behavior in white-tailed deer through genetic parentage analysis."

  2008

Biological Sciences, Seattle Pacific University, B.S. Biology (Magna Cum Laude).

 

Community ecology, invasive species impacts, population genetics.

 

  2012

"The microbial biodiversity of Hawaii's anchialine habitats." - Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Clemson, SC, USA. (oral presentation).

  2011

"Patterns of reproductive success in male white-tailed deer." - Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Auburn, AL, USA. (oral presentation).

  2011

"Patterns of reproductive success in male white-tailed deer." - Southeast Deer Study Group, Oklahoma City, OK, USA. (oral presentation).

  2008

"Estimating black-tailed deer population density on Blakely Island, WA, using motion-triggered cameras." - Erickson Undergraduate Research Conference, Seattle, WA, USA. (oral presentation).

 2

Irvin, S.K., S.S. Ditchkoff, and C. Newbolt. (in preparation). Evaluation of breeding suppression among male white-tailed deer. Journal of Wildlife Management.

 1

Irvin, S.K., M.D. Smith, and S.S. Ditchkoff. (in press). Managing white-tailed deer: collecting data from harvested deer. Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Auburn University.


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