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

Utah Staff Member


Ms. Emma Doden

Emma Doden hiking in the Grand Tetons

Master's
Email: emma.doden@aggiemail.usu.edu

Biography

Emma received her B.S. in Wildlife Ecology: Research and Management, and Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 2016.

Research Interest

Emma is currently at Utah State University working on her M.S. comparing resident and translocated beaver ecology at desert restoration sites. She enjoys the interdisciplinary nature of the project, which has potential impacts in the fisheries, water resources, riparian restoration, and wildlife management fields. Her project title is "BLM & BoR: Utah Understanding the Dynamics of Beaver Re-Introduction for Passive Desert River Restoration."

Presentations Presentation Date
Doden, E., Young, J.K., Budy, P. 2020. One of the locals or new in town: Comparing resident and translocated beaver ecology at stream restoration sites. Research-in-progress poster. USGS Utah CRU Annual Meeting. Logan, UT. February 2020
Doden, E., Young, J.K., Budy, P. 2019. One of the locals or new in town: Comparing resident and translocated beaver ecology at stream restoration sites. Student research-in-progress poster. Joint TWS and AFS National Conference. Reno, NV. September 2019
Doden, E., Young, J.K., Budy, P. 2019. Comparison of resident and translocated beavers in desert stream restoration sites. Research proposal poster. USGS Utah CRU Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT. April 2019
Doden, E., Budy, P., and Young, J.K. 2021. Who leaves and who stays to build a dam? A comparison of resident and translocated beaver ecology in desert river restoration sites. Contributed oral presentation. The Utah Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. March 16-17, 2021. Virtual. March 2021
<sub>Doden, E. Young, J.K., and Budy, P. 2020. Movements, fates, and activity patterns of resident and translocated beavers at desert restoration sites. Oral presentation. UT TWS annual meeting (cancelled due to COVID-19). Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab, UT. </sub> March 2020
Technical Publications Publication Date
Doden, E. Budy, P., Young, J.K. 2019. Beaver re-introduction - Passive desert river restoration. Performance Report for the period January 1, 2019 to December 1, 2019 to the Bureau of Land Management. Agreement number L18AC00121. December 2019