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

Washington Staff Member


Hannah Sipe

Graduate Student Hannah Sipe.

PhD
Email: sipeh@uw.edu

Biography

Hannah is a graduate student with Sarah Converse at the University of Washington's Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.

Presentations Presentation Date
Sipe HA, G Blatz, SM Desimone, IN Keren, SF Pearson, and SJ Converse. 2019. Combining citizen science and agency survey data to model Common Loon distribution and habitat associations. American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society Joint Conference, Reno, Nevada. 29 September - 3 October. September 2019
Sipe HA, EH Paxton, AA Yackel Adams, MA Hall, ND Holmes, M Kastner, S Mullin, WC Pitt, R Reed, HS Rogers, TM Summers, and SJ Converse. 2021. Paradise sought: the collaborative path to restoring Guam’s vertebrates. Marianas Terrestrial Conservation Conference, Online. 9 June - 17 June. June 2021
Sipe HA, EH Paxton, AA Yackel Adams, MA Hall, ND Holmes, M Kastner, S Mullin, R Reed, HS Rogers, TM Summers, and SJ Converse. 2020. Paradise sought: the collaborative path to restoring Guam’s vertebrates. Brown Treesnake Technical Working Group, Online. 9 Nov - 19 Nov. November 2020
Sipe HA and SJ Converse. 2019. Washington State Common Loons: multi-state occupancy modeling using citizen science and survey data. Washington State Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Grand Mound, Washington. 25 February - 1 March. February 2019
Bratt AE, C Cappello, AJ DuVall, HA Sipe, AJ Warlick, B Gardner, and SJ Converse. 2021. The effects of data availability on integrated population model performance. EURING Analytical Meeting and Workshop, Online. 31 May - 11 June. May 2021