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

Staff Member


Jen Grauer

PhD
Email: jag479@cornell.edu

Presentations Presentation Date
Grauer, J.G., K.L. Schuyler, J. Frair, and A.K. Fuller. Health assessment and population models indicate high parasite exposure and potential impacts for moose in New York, USA. The Wildlife Society 29th Annual Conference. Spokane, Washington. November 7, 2022. November 2022
Grauer, J.G., K. Schuyler, J. Frair, and A.K. Fuller. Moose health assessment indicates high parasite exposure in New York. New York Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. Syracuse, NY. February 9, 2023. February 2023
Grauer, J.A., K.L. Schuler, J.L. Frair, and A.K. Fuller. Impact and Predictors of Moose Endoparasite Infection. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA. November, 2022. November 2022
Grauer, J.A., K.L. Schuler, J.L. Fair, and A.K. Fuller. Moose Health Assessment Indicates High Parasite Exposure in New York. The Northeast Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies 78th Annual Conference. Hershey, Pennsylvania. May 2, 2023. May 2023
Grauer, J., A.K. Fuller, K. Schuler, and J. Frair. Moose health and juvenile survival in New York. Cornell DNRE symposium. January 20, 2022. January 2022
Grauer, J. B. Hanley, A. Fuller, P. Connelly, J. Frair, and K. Schuler. Health assessment and population models indicate high parasite exposure and potential impacts for moose in New York, USA. North American Moose Conference. 1 December, 2021. December 2021