Wyoming Staff Member
Laura (Embere) L Hall
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.
|Alpine Habitat: Influence of Climate Change on Wildlife||2017-03-31|
|Influence of Energy Development and Climatic Variability on Sagebrush Songbirds||2021-06-30|
|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|