Grant Harris


Summary

Grant Harris combines ecology and wildlife biology to help conserve and manage species. Currently, he leads the biology division for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in the southwestern USA. His work centers on unraveling species-habitat associations, population biology and prioritizing lands for conservation. He continues to work on conservation and management issues elsewhere, such as identifying species threat and protecting biodiversity.

Biodiversity Conservation Biology Ecology

Work details

Chief Biological Sciences

United States Fish and Wildlife Service
August 19, 2014
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December 17, 2013
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November 28, 2013 - Version: 1
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