Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Wyoming
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Wyoming Staff Member

Laura (Embere) L Hall

Embere Hall

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Embere has a BS in Wildlife Ecology & Management and an MS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. She is fascinated by the incredibly diverse ways in which organisms deal with environmental challenges. In particular, she researches the degree to which animals adjust to human-induced environmental change. Her current work examines the ecological effects of climate change, and how wildlife may respond to a changing environment through exploitation of unique habitats or behaviors. Results of her research will contribute to enhanced management programs that can minimize biodiversity loss under rapid climate change.

Presentations Presentation Date
Scherr, Tayler, and Anna Chalfoun. 2018. Taming the temperature: Do birds select nest sites that modulate microclimatic variation? American Ornithological Society Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ. 2018-04-10