William E Peterman


My research seeks to answer fundamental ecological questions to serve as the foundation for informed management and conservation of landscapes as well as the wildlife communities that inhabit them. I utilize a variety of methods ranging from lab experimentation to simulation modeling to explore the effects of land use and climate change on population dynamics and movement. I have a particular fondness for amphibians, especially plethodontid salamanders.

Biodiversity Conservation Biology Ecology Zoology

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Assistant Professor

The Ohio State University
School of Environment and Natural Resources


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