New Mexico Staff Member
Ms. Leah White
Leah earned a B.A. in Biology in 2015 from Appalachian State University, in her home state of North Carolina. Since then, she has contributed to numerous wildlife and natural resource management projects across the US and abroad, notably with bighorn sheep in Grand Teton National Park, elk in Chaco Canyon, and king cobras in Thailand. As a graduate student in the NM Coop Unit, Leah will be creating a multi-species occupancy model investigating the effects of wildfire, prescribed burns, and forest management on large mammal ecology in the Jemez Mountains.
|Responses of large mammals to forest restoration treatments in the southwest Jemez Mountains, New Mexico||September 2025|
|White, L., J.W. Cain III, F. A. Gabreselassie, J.S. Lewis, and R. Parmenter. 2021. Effects of wildfire and forest management on large mammal distribution, habitat use, and co-occurrence in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico. 54th Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of The Wildlife Society, Virtual Online.||February 2021|