Stanley D Gehrt
Stan Gehrt is Professor of Wildlife Ecology at The Ohio State University, and Chair of the Center for Wildlife Research at the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation. His research program focuses on various aspects of mammalian ecology, especially urban systems, and dynamics of wildlife disease, and human-carnivore conflicts. He has studied the urban ecology of various mammals, including bats, raccoons, skunks, and others. He is principal investigator of a 16-year study of coyotes in the Chicago area, which has involved the capture and monitoring of over 1,000 individuals among 9 million people. Other current research includes coyote and deer ecology in Cleveland, Ohio, river otter population ecology, and a collaborative project on coyotes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia. Stan has published over 100 scientific publications, including the volume ‘Urban Carnivores’ published by Johns Hopkins University Press, and his research has been featured in numerous print, radio, and television outlets.
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