Robert Serrouya


Rob has worked as a large mammal ecologist in mountainous areas of southern British Columbia and Alberta for 15 years. He specializes on broad-scale processes, particularly how forest management affects trophic interactions within ecosystems that typically did not have much early seral vegetation. How this shift in vegetation, from old forests to shrubs, affects the abundance and interactions among herbivores and carnivores is one of his main research interests.

He is currently the Director of the Caribou Monitoring Unit at the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute.

Conservation Biology Ecology

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Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Insitute
Caribou Monitoring Unit
Caribou Monitoring Unit

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