J. Tyrell Styhl
- BS University of Idaho 2018
A 5th generation Idahoan, I grew up in and around the mountains of southeastern Idaho. In 2015, I earned an A.S. in biology with an emphasis in natural resources from the College of Western Idaho (CWI) and a B.S. in ecology and conservation biology with minors in wildlife resources and statistics in 2018 from the University of Idaho (UI).. Currently I am pursuing a Ph.D. at UI and am co-advised by Dr. Dave Tank in the Department of Biological Sciences and Dr. Courtney Conway in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences. For my doctoral research, I am using DNA metabarcoding to study the ontogenetic shifts in diet of greater sage-grouse, and how dietary shifts influence and help explain seasonal changes in habitat use. When I am not conducting research, I enjoy spending time with my family, hiking, hunting, carpentry, and gardening.
|Effects of spring cattle grazing on demographic traits of greater sage-grouse||December 2024|
|Zuniga, Z., E. Cook, J. T. Styhl, K. Vierling, and C. J. Conway. 2020. Is habitat selection impacted by ant density? Ecology and Conservation Biology Senior Thesis Forum. Moscow, ID. 10 Dec 2020.||December 2020|
|Zuniga, Z., E. Cook, J. T. Styhl, K. T. Vierling, and C. J. Conway. 2019. Ant mound density estimation in greater sage-grouse habitat. Moscow Outdoor Science School, McCall, ID. 26 Jul 2019.||July 2019|
|Cook, E., Z. Zuniga, J. T. Styhl, K. T. Vierling, and C. J. Conway. 2019. Watching the grass grow: measuring the growth rates of common sagebrush-steppe grass species. Moscow Outdoor Science School, McCall, ID. 26 Jul 2019.||July 2019|