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

Washington Staff Member


Dr. Lisanne S Petracca

Lisanne Petracca

Post Doc
Email: lpetrac@uw.edu

Education

  • Ph D SUNY-ESF 2018
  • MS Duke University 2010
  • BS Tufts University 2006

Biography

Lisanne is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Quantitative Conservation Lab at the University of Washington. Her current work includes building integrated population models for wolves and optimizing monitoring strategies for tufted puffin.. Lisanne's research interests relate broadly to mammal spatial ecology at the human-wildlife interface, and more specifically to the development of novel quantitative approaches to guide species management.

Presentations Presentation Date
Petracca, LS, Gardner, B, Maletzke, BT, Bassing, SB, Long, RA, Manning, J, Ransom, JI, Shipley, LA, Thornton, DH, and SJ Converse. 2022. A semi-spatial integrated population model to assess population dynamics of a recovering species. International Statistical Ecology Conference, Online. 27 June - 1 July. June 2022
Petracca, L.S, Gardner, B., Maletzke, B.T., and S.J. Converse. 2022. Use of a Novel Spatially Explicit Projection Model to Estimate Current and Future Population Dynamics of Wolves in Washington State, USA. Abstract submitted to The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. November 2022
Petracca LS, B Gardner, BT Maletzke, SB Bassing, RA Long, P MacKay, JA Manning, JI Ransom, LA Shipley, DH Thornton, and SJ Converse. A semi-spatial integrated population model to assess population dynamics of a recolonizing species. 2021. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Virtual, 1-5 November 2021. November 2021
Petracca LS, B Gardner, BT Maletzke, SB Bassing, RA Long, JI Ransom, LA Shipley, DH Thornton, and SJ Converse. May 2021. A semi-spatial integrated population model to assess population dynamics of a recolonizing species. Abstract submitted for oral presentation. EURING Analytical Meeting and Workshop, Québec City, Canada. May 2021
Converse SJ, NJ Hostetter, SM Amburgey, AE Bratt, AJ DuVall, BK Thompson, LS Petracca, HA Sipe, MH Sorel, AJ Warlick, and M Kadin. 2022. Synchrony in seabird survival: drivers at multiple spatial scales. Pacific Seabird Group Conference, Online. 23-25 February. February 2022