Presentation (Class or campus)
Event Name and Location of Presentation
EES 201 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Instructor(s) or Advisor(s)
Mike Winiski and John Quinn
The objectives of this study are to conduct a multi-scale analysis of the effects of habitat variables on Brownheaded Nuthatch (S. pusilla) occupancy and spatial distribution in the greater Greenville area of South Carolina. By understanding the local- and landscape-drivers of an ecologically sensitive species, we can build a predictive model of species occurrence and contribute to regional conservation efforts of both habitat and biodiversity.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Center for Teaching and Learning
Wood, Jesse, "A Multi-Scale Analysis of the Effects of Local- and Landscape-Level Variables on Nuthatch Occupancy and Distribution" (2013). Earth and Environmental Sciences Presentations. 1.